Upon graduation from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Regina Stover began her career at Mellon Bank in the Auditing Department. While with the Auditing Department, she served as a division manager for all major audit functions. After spending the last 20 years of her career in various risk management and compliance positions, in 2009 she retired as a managing director from the Bank of New York Mellon. During her career, Regina was a nationally recognized expert in fiduciary, asset management, and operations risk. She spoke frequently at conferences and professional schools on risk management topics.
Regina received her BS in Accounting from IUP and her MBA from the University of Pittsburgh. She is also a graduate of the Bank Administration Institute School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin. She is a certified internal auditor, certified bank auditor, and a certified fiduciary and investment risk specialist. Regina is a founding member of the Trust Compliance Managers Roundtable.
She is a trustee emeritus of Carlow University, a past member of the alumni board of the University of Pittsburgh, a past director of the Foundation for IUP, a member of the Business Advisory Council for the Eberly College of Business and Information Technology at IUP and the Financial Advisory Board for the Sisters of St. Joseph, and chair of the Audit Committee for her church’s Finance Council. She has also served in leadership roles for other groups and associations. She received the Distinguished Alumni Award from IUP and both the Distinguished Alumni and Distinguished Service awards from the University of Pittsburgh. In 1999, Regina was nominated for the Athena Award presented by the Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce to women who help women achieve personal and professional success.