Gloria Ferguson

Senior Vice President, Market Manager
(408) 556-8652

Role and Experience:
Gloria Ferguson has 39 years of commercial banking experience in the Bay Area, providing comprehensive banking solutions to startups, ESOP-owned, private and publically traded companies, in industries including manufacturing, distribution, wholesale, contracting, the service industry, technology, cleantech, LOHAS and the wine industry. During her career, Gloria has worked with several startup banks, including Pacific Valley Bank and Plaza Bank of Commerce (both acquired by Comerica Bank); she also helped launch the first green bank in the Bay Area, New Resource Bank. While working at Comerica Bank and U.S. Bank, Gloria greatly expanded their Northern California presence in the middle market.

Outside Activities:
Over the years, Gloria has created partnerships with numerous networking and educational associations. Currently, she is a member of The Association of Women in Water, Energy and Environment, Business Association Italy America, EBEST and PWAEB. Gloria is also a founding member of ProNet. Additionally, Gloria has coached both on a personal and business level to help individuals and companies achieve their goals. She is an avid hiker and traveler.

Education:
Gloria holds a BA from San Jose State University.

Why Bridge Bank?
“The fact that each person is dedicated to customizing solutions helps others reach their goals, as well as the entrepreneurial spirit of my colleagues.”

Contact Info:
East Bay Office
5820 Stoneridge Mall Road, Suite 100
Pleasanton, CA 94588


Phone: (408) 556-8652

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