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Senior Vice President; Vice President; Credit Officer

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Senior Vice President; Vice President; Credit Officer with 14 years experience looking for a Middle Management position.

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MONICA M. THOMAS-BONNICK 1902 Springbranch Drive, Arlington, TX 76006 (817)801-4402 daytime, (817)807-7778 cellular, [email protected] EXPERIENCE: BANK OF AMERICA CORPORATION 1996 - 2009

2008Fort Worth, TX 2009 Vice President Client Manager, Business Banking Responsibilities: Served as a financial advisor to businesses located in Grand Prairie, Arlington, Irving and Mid Cities areas of the Dallas Fort Worth metropl ex. Targeted businesses with revenues from $2MM to $120M to recommend new produ cts and services that would provide solutions for all of their financial needs. 2005Irving, TX 2007 Senior Vice President Credit Products Officer, Dealer Financial Services Responsibilities: Underwrote credit and monitored credit risk for a $350MM auto motive portfolio. Identified opportunities to cross sell Treasury, Private Bank and consumer products to the dealer principals and employees. 2003 Fall River, MA 2005 Senior Vice President Community Bank Small Business Team Leader/Senior Relationship Manager Responsibilities: Originated, structured, negotiated and underwrote commercial loans for businesses with annual revenues less than $2 million. Identified and cultivated potential customers. Developed and maintained relationships with cus tomers, community agencies, and leaders. 2001 New York, NY 2003 Senior Vice President Community Bank Small Business Team Leader Responsibilities: Managed a team of 5 relationship managers focused on developi ng new business with companies with annual revenues less than $10 million in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Harlem, Queens, and Yonkers. Managed a portfolio exceeding $4 0 million in loan commitments. Identified, developed and maintained relationshi ps with customers, community agencies, and leaders. 1996 Boston, MA 2001 Vice President, First Community Bank (April 2000 to April 2001) Assistant Vice President, First Community Bank (March 1999 to April 2000) Responsibilities: Originated, structured and underwrote commercial loans for sm all businesses within Boston's urban neighborhoods. Developed and maintained re lationships with customers, community agencies, and leaders. Administered portf olio of existing customers. Loan Officer, First Community Bank (October 1997 to February 1999) Responsibilities: Generated new loan relationships and managed an existing loan portfolio. Financial Analyst, National Retail Division (December 1996 to September 1997) Responsibilities: Analyzed the financial performance of national customers in t he retail industry. Prepared credit approval memorandums, cash flow analysis an d financial projections. Performed detailed research on borrowers and major com petitors. Monitored customer covenant compliance and ongoing performance. Commercial Banker Trainee (June 1996 to November 1996)

Curriculum included accounting, financial analysis, credit underwriting. SQUILLACE AND EVANS, CPAs 1995 Franklin, MA 1996 Intern (October 1995 to May 1996) Responsibilities: Participated in client audits and assisted with tax preparati on. Researched income tax and sales and use taxes; financial planning, and smal l business topics. Performed quarterly accounting duties for venture capital fi rm. QUANTUM CORPORATION 1995 Shrewsbury, MA Project Manager (March 1995 to July 1995) Responsibilities: Analyzed cost effectiveness of in-house inventory services. Coordinated internal and external resources for data gathering, bidding, softwar e, staff, and facilities. Presented and recommended changes and implementation process to management. BRIGHT HORIZONS CHILDREN'S CENTERS 1995 Cambridge, MA Marketing Research Consultant (January 1995 to June 1995) Responsibilities: Conducted and analyzed market research to examine employee sa tisfaction and retention. Presented findings with recommendations to client. SWIFT WATER GIRL SCOUT COUNCIL, INC. 1988 Manchester, NH 1994 Director of Finance and Benefits (January 1992 to June 1994) Director of Finance Management (October 1988 to December 1991) Responsibilities: Managed staff of four. Performed controller, treasury, and i nvestment functions. Trained 1,500 volunteers to collect cookie receivables. P rotected agency's assets by developing control systems. Managed the council's r etail operation. Coordinated meetings and established objectives for Board comm ittees and appointed task forces. Participated in Board of Director strategy re treats. Represented agency at community and corporate social functions. Negoti ated and retained annual insurance and benefit renewals. Responsible for the ad option of a Cafeteria Benefits Plan. Participant in various adult and girl prog rams. Participated in property development and Capital Campaign for new outdoor education facility. EDUCATION: 1995 Simmons College Graduate School of Management, Boston, MA Master of Business Administration Graduated in top 10% of class 1987 University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Finance Mobil Oil Scholar OTHER: 2010 Campfire, Board Member 2006-2007 Dallas Women's Foundation, Grant Committee Member 2003 Cool Culture, Board Member 2002 Crain's New York Business "40 Under 40" Honoree 2001-2002 David Rockefeller Fellow 1999 First Community Bank Top Sales Performer 1999 First Community Bank C & I Relationship Manager of the Year 2000 The Family-to-Family Project, Board Member

1999-2000 Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation, Loan Fund Advisory Co mmittee Member 1998-1999 The Partnership, Boston Associate Program (1998) SOFTWARE: Microsoft Word, Excel & Powerpoint Microsoft Money Moody's Financial AFS Quicken Siebel Based Sales Reporting System

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