Elizabeth Do

KeyBank Corp.
Vice President, Business Banker
Member Since: 

Elizabeth Do has been providing KeyBank clients with comprehensive and customized financial solutions since May 2005.  Prior to joining Key, Elizabeth started her financial career at UBS Financial Services and US Bank, respectively.  A graduate of the University of Washington’s Business School, Elizabeth continues to utilize and grow the skills acquired from her Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, Marketing, and Sales in her current leadership role at KeyBank.

Elizabeth pioneered the Key@ Work employee benefits program and served as the Program Director for the Seattle-Cascades District over the last five years.  She oversees over 90 retail branches with Key@ Work, while partnering with business owners and organizations to incorporate financial savings and education into their employees’ overall benefits package. Her keynotes and financial literacy seminars simplify complex topics and concepts with down-to-earth tips, tools, and techniques.  She works with a wide range of clients, from start-ups and non-profits to large national and international corporations.

Being a financial educator has rekindled her passion for working with young adults.  She currently volunteers with a few organizations to help educate young adults on the basic fundamentals of understanding and managing their own finances.  Elizabeth has been an active volunteer providing Financial Literacy to YouthForce teens for over three years and was the winner of YouthForce’s first ever Volunteer of the Year award.

Her deepest desire is to help the young adults be more educated with their own finances and understand what resources are available to assist them.

Q & A: 

My first job was… a telephone interviewer for a market research company.

What excites me most about my work & the contribution I can make is… that my job allows me to connect with different organizations such as YouthForce to make a difference in the lives of young adults by arming them with real-life knowledge and skills.  It is truly rewarding to hear the teens reflect on the YFU Financial Literacy curriculum and share their newfound knowledge around credit, setting budgets, managing their money, and the importance of savings.

If I never had to work again…I would travel and see the world.