As they jump into a new fiscal year, the Boys & Girls Club of Pasadena welcomes Mehdi Emrani to its Board of Directors. Comerica bank executive Emrani brings a passion for the Club’s work with kids and families in the community.
“We’re delighted to welcome Mehdi to our Board, especially as we are kicking off our 85th Anniversary year. He will help us celebrate and prepare for our next 85 years!” says Lisa Cavelier, CEO of BGCP.
Mehdi Emrani is the Regional Manager of Wealth Management for the Greater Los Angeles Region of Comerica’s Wealth Management Group. As a senior leader in the region, he leads a team of finance professionals who deliver an exceptional experience for high net worth clients, providing them with a variety of services including wealth planning, investment management, customized lending, private banking, trust services, insurance, and integrated financial solutions. His financial services background includes more than 15 years in the industry in Wealth Management and Commercial Banking. Prior to becoming a Regional Manager in Wealth Management, he was a Commercial Banking leader in the Greater LA Region. In this role, he led a team that served the financial needs of middle market businesses, providing credit, treasury management, deposit, and investment banking services to a diverse set of commercial businesses with annual revenues of $50 Million – $2 Billion.
Previous to his work at Comerica, Emrani spent more than 16 years with Wells Fargo bank. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from Northwestern University, and his MBA from the University of Southern California. He lives in Pasadena with his wife who is a speech pathologist in the Pasadena Unified School District and his two children, ages 10 and 13.