About Stephanie Ewing
Stephanie joined KeyBank in June of 2015 after over ten years of previous banking experience. Stephanie has worked in Retail Banking, Private Banking, and Commercial Banking. In her tenure as a banking advisor, she has developed a strong tie to her clients and the community in which she serves. Stephanie runs Key4Women for the state of Indiana, KeyBank’s national women business owner initiative, providing local women CEO’s with a peer group of women for personal and professional development.
Stephanie serves on the National Board of Directors for The Pass The Torch For Women Foundation, serving as the Chair of the Campaign and Sponsorship Committee. She is also a current board member of The YMCA at the City Market in Indianapolis. Stephanie has served as the previous Board President of The Network of Women in Business, board member of The Geist Half Marathon, and Board member of The Fishers Sertoma Club.
Stephanie currently serves businesses in Central Indiana with financing specialties in working capital lines of credit, equipment loans, balance sheet restructures, and commercial real estate, with a specific focus on business acquisitions and buyouts. Stephanie works closely with her clients to ensure optimal cash flow is achieved allowing business owners to focus on the growth of their business, knowing that their balance sheet is leveraged appropriately.
Prior to becoming a banking advisor, Stephanie received a BS in Management from Purdue University and an MBA from Anderson University. An important aspect of her life is her family, Stephanie lives in Fishers with her husband, Travis, her daughter, Amelia, and her son, Grant.
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