Executive Vice President
Chair of the KeyBank Foundation
KeyCorp

Margot James Copeland is Executive Vice President – Director, Corporate Diversity & Philanthropy and an Executive Council member at KeyCorp, one of the nation’s largest bank-based multiline financial services companies. In her role, Copeland also serves as Chair of the KeyBank Foundation, guiding the company’s strategic philanthropic investment, financial education and workforce development programs that encourage people and communities to achieve economic self-sufficiency.

Ms. Copeland is the National President of The Links, Incorporated . She currently serves as Trustee of Kent State University, the Thomas White Foundation; University Hospitals Health System. Additionally, she is Mentor/Protégé Program Advisor for Morehouse College; and a member of the President’s and the Business School Advisory boards at Hampton University. She is also a member of the Executive Leadership Council. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from Hampton University, where she received the distinguished NAFEO/Alumni Award, and a Master of Arts degree, Educational Development, College of Education from The Ohio State University.