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state bank regulator

Denise Louise Pease, American state bank regulator.

Background

Pease, Denise Louise was born on March 15, 1953 in Bronx, New York, United States. Daughter of William Henry Junior and Louise Marion (Caswell) Pease.

Education

Bachelor, Columbia University, 1978; postgraduate, Columbia University, 1981-1982; postgraduate, Baruch Graduate Sch Public Administration, 1982-1983; postgraduate, Institut Européen d'Administration des Affaires European Institute of Business Administration (Institut Européen d'Administration des Affaires), 1990.

Career

Executive special assistant to county executive, New Jersey Office of the County Executive, County of Essex (New Jersey), 1982-1983; urban analyst III, State of New York Department Banking, 1983-1986; executive assistant to the superintendent of banks, State of New York Department Banking, 1986-1987; deputy superintendent of banks, State of New York Department Banking, New York City, since 1987. Member of New York State Governor's Economics Development Sub-cabinet.

Membership

Advisory board Cornell University Cooperative Extension. Management program advisory board School Business State University of New York, 1990. Member Alfred University Development Committee, mentoring program New York State Women in Government.

United States delegate Europe American Emerging Leaders Conference, 1993. Member National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (life member), National Council of Negro Women (life member), Coalition of 100 Black Women, Finance Women's Association New York (board directors).

Connections

father:
William Henry Pease Junior

mother:
Louise Marion (Caswell) Pease