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Raquel González Invests in High-Impact Work at Bank of America

Raquel González doesn’t play witness to the changing Latino narrative, she helps author it.

With a career spanning decades at Bank of America, González is not only a leading example of what can be achieved through longevity and commitment to a revered financial institution, she actively invests in Latino entrepreneurs to help give them their own clear vision of success.

As market president for Bank of America Silicon Valley and the Hispanic-Latino Strategy Executive for Consumer and Small Business, González focuses on high impact work—whether that’s lending to small business owners or inspiring young talent to see the many ways Bank of America can positively affect their careers.

Like so many Latinos, González is a strong believer in family and surrounding yourself with individuals who care about your achievements as much as their own. She found that kind of familia at Bank of America long ago—and today she counts herself lucky that she gets to continue to see it grow, year after year.

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About Our Guest

Raquel González is President for Bank of America’s Silicon Valley market, serving as the company’s senior executive and enterprise leader in one of California’s most dynamic and diverse regions.

As President, Raquel works across the bank’s business lines to help deliver integrated financial services to individuals, families and businesses. She also leads the work to deploy Bank of America’s resources across the market to address social and economic concerns and build strong communities.

In addition, Raquel is the Hispanic/Latino Strategy Executive for Consumer and Small Business. In this role, she is responsible for the end-to-end strategy to deliver the bank’s capabilities for our Hispanic/Latino clients. She is executive advisor for Silicon Valley’s Asian Leadership Network (ALN) and Hispanic/Latino Organization for Leadership Advancement (HOLA) employee networks, and the Asian and Hispanic Business Councils.

Active in the local community, she serves on the boards of the Silicon Valley Leadership Group, The Tech Interactive and Joint Venture Silicon Valley.