Kay Geiger is Regional President of PNC Bank, Greater Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky. PNC is the nation's fifth largest diversified financial services organization and the largest by deposits in Ohio and Kentucky. PNC has been recognized as "Bank of the Year" in the USA by The Banker, a Business Week 50 Top Performing Company as well as one of Fortune's Most Admired Companies. As Regional President, Kay has overall client, community and employee responsibilities for the region, which includes over 100 branches and 1,600 employees.
With more than thirty-three years as a banking professional, Geiger joined PNC in 2008 from Bank of America where she held the position of Corporate Banking Regional Executive for Ohio and Kentucky. Prior to that, she served on the Executive Management Committee for U.S. Bank and held senior leadership roles in the global services international and corporate banking divisions. In addition, she has successfully led the integration teams for multiple bank acquisitions throughout her career.
Kay is a graduate of Miami University and earned her master's degree in business administration from The Ohio State University.
Active in the community, Geiger currently serves on the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland's Cincinnati Business Advisory Committee and on the boards of the Ohio Business Roundtable, Cincinnati Business Committee, Vision 2015 CEO Roundtable, Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation (3CDC), CincyTech, United Way of Greater Cincinnati, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Foundation, Ursuline Academy, Northern Kentucky Education Council, Zoological Society of Cincinnati and the Anthony Munoz Foundation. She also serves on the executive committee of the Strive Partnership and has previously served on the boards of Miami University, Cincinnati Art Museum, Playhouse in the Park, YWCA of Greater Cincinnati and BRIDGES for a Just Community as well as immediate past chair of United Way of Greater Cincinnati’s 2011 Annual Campaign.
In honor of Kay's community support and professional accomplishments, she was recognized as a 1998 YWCA Career Woman of Achievement, 2008 Cincinnati USA Chamber: WE Lead Corporate Woman of the Year, 2010 American Jewish Committee Civic Achievement Award Honoree and a 2011 Girls Scouts of Western Ohio Woman of Distinction.