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Daniel Bley of Webster Bank joins the Board of Directors of Junior Achievement of New York

Junior Achievement of New York (JA New York) announced that Daniel H. Bley, Executive Vice President and Chief Risk Officer of Webster Financial Corporation and Webster Bank, has joined the Board of Directors. JA New York is the leading non-profit organization in greater New York dedicated to creating pathways to economic empowerment for young people. With a mission to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy, JA New York is built on the premise that knowledge plus access equals empowerment.

Daniel H. Bley joined Webster in August of 2010 and prior to that, worked at ABN AMRO and Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) from 1990 to 2010, having served as Managing Director of the Financial Institutions Credit Risk and Group Senior Vice President, Head of Financial Institutions and Trading Credit Risk Management. Daniel comes to JA New York from the board of directors of Junior Achievement of Greater Fairfield County. He earned his bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Michigan and an MBA from London Business School.

“As a Junior Achievement alum from high school in Chicago, I can attest to the real value and impact of Junior Achievement’s programs. I have remained involved with Junior Achievement for many years and couldn’t be more pleased to support JA New York as it fulfills its incredibly important mission,” said Daniel Bley on his appointment to the JA New York Board of Directors.

“JA New York is thrilled to welcome Daniel Bley to our Board of Directors. Webster Bank is a great partner to JA New York and has a legacy of dedication and commitment to the communities we serve,” said Betty A. Garger, President and CEO of JA New York. Garger continued, “Daniel’s passion for economic empowerment will have a positive impact on the work of JA New York.”

JA New York offers an evolving array of K-12 programs offered free of charge to students and schools, delivered in-school, afterschool, and in the workplace.  Experiential programs focus on three key content areas—financial literacy, career and work readiness, and entrepreneurship. JA New York creates partnerships between hundreds of businesses and more than 400 local schools – partnerships that give local professionals the opportunity to help shape the next generation of community leaders, consumers, and innovators.

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