Ameris Bancorp Board of Directors Elizabeth A. McCague and Gloria A. O’Neal Named to 2019 Most Influential Corporate Board Directors List by WomenInc.

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1.16.2020
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Elizabeth A. McCague and Gloria A. O’Neal, two directors on the Ameris Bancorp Board of Directors, were named on WomensInc.’s Most Influential Corporate Board Directors List for 2019!

WomensInc. is a leading magazine dedicated to comprehensive coverage of women’s successes and achievements in business, and we are proud to congratulate Beth and Gloria in receiving this honor and recognition, as both continue to provide expertise and leadership that further propel the success of the company.

“Beth and Gloria are strategic leaders bringing years of knowledge and expertise to our Board. Their guidance has been invaluable as we recently completed our largest merger to date, finalized Ameris Bank’s rebrand and continue to execute bold strategies for future success,” commented Ameris Bancorp Chairman James B. Miller Jr. “We are proud to have Beth and Gloria’s dynamic leadership on our Board during this time of tremendous growth and as we look to celebrate 50 years in business in 2021.”

Beth has served as a director of Ameris Bancorp and Ameris Bank since August 2016. She currently serves as a consultant for the Jacksonville Police and Fire Pension Fund where she is responsible for the management of the $1.6 billion pension portfolio and the administration of benefits. Beth also provides mediation services for resolution of financial disputes at McCague & Company, LLC. A graduate of the University of Florida, Beth obtained her Master’s in Business Administration from Jacksonville University. The Florida State Supreme Court certified her as a county and civil court mediator.

Gloria has served as a director of Ameris Bancorp and Ameris Bank since July 2019. She is a community leader and former Fidelity Bank risk control executive. Prior to her retirement from Fidelity Bank in 2014, Gloria held positions at First Atlanta and at Fidelity Bank, where she was an internal auditor, operations manager, and executive vice president and chief risk officer. A strong community supporter, Gloria has held and continues to hold several board positions and leadership roles for various civic and philanthropic organizations.

Congratulations, again, Beth and Gloria!

 

The WomenInc.’s winter edition features a directory of more than 700 directors serving on the boards of S&P 1000/Mid-Cap publicly held companies and is the most comprehensive listing of women executives, influencers and achievers contributing leadership to corporate boards. For a complete listing of the 2019 Most Influential Corporate Directors, visit womeninc.com/2019MICD.