Enterprise Bank & Trust Appoints Three Executives to Board of Directors
Enterprise Bank & Trust, the banking subsidiary of Enterprise Financial Services Corp (NASDAQ: EFSC), has announced the appointments of Wendy Guillies, Judy Sindecuse, and Michael McMillan to its Board of Directors.
Wendy Guillies serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of Kansas City-based Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, one of the largest private foundations in the United States. Guillies leads the Foundation's work to boost student achievement in Kansas City and to accelerate entrepreneurship across the country. She serves on the boards of the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce, Saint Luke’s South Hospital, and Folience.
Judy Sindecuse is founder and CEO of Capital Innovators, helping companies and founders reach the next level in their business. Outside of Capital Innovators, she serves as a strategic advisor in innovation for two Fortune 500 companies, including a major utility. Judy has founded seven different companies. She is the founder and CEO of Bride and Groom Magazine, founder and former CEO of Oversees Colorworks and Printing, and founder and former CEO of Redesign, a real estate development company. She is an experienced director who has served on private boards, nonprofit boards, and the advisory boards of a public bank and a major university.
Michael McMillan is the President and CEO of The Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis, Inc., a nonprofit organization that has provided social services to the St. Louis community since 1918. McMillan created the Save Our Sons program in St. Louis County to help more than 1000 African-American men find jobs. He was recently inducted into the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame and is one of the Ebony Power 100 Most Influential African Americans in the United States. McMillan is a member of multiple boards, including The St. Louis Zoological Commission, Heat Up St. Louis, Inc. (Cool Down St. Louis), The St. Louis Community Foundation, The Muny, Greater St. Louis Area Council - Boy Scouts of America and the Workforce Investment Board of St. Louis County.
“Each of them help us further strengthen our ties to the communities we serve, and they will be a tremendous asset to an already strong board,” Scott says.
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