My Great Aunt EDNA is a leadership platform that stands for Excellence, Doing Things the Right Way, No Shortcuts, & Accountability. Mac McNeil discusses metaphorical and anecdotal stories from his own leadership and life journey with organizations such as JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Synchrony, and The Community Reinvestment Fund, USA, as well as the inclusion of wisdom nugget contributions from several other top leaders from all around the world! Mac McNeil has been a leader in the financial industry for seventeen years in various leadership roles. He is currently the Senior Vice President of Operations for the Community Reinvestment Fund, USA where he leads Enterprise Operations which includes Asset Management, Customer Engagement, Data Management & Analytics, Fund Administration, Learning & Development, Loan Servicing Operations, Process Governance, Risk & Controls, Technology/Automation, Underwriting & Closing, and Vendor Relations. Mac is the author of My Great Aunt EDNA book and weekly newsletter that highlights the leadership topics of Excellence, Doing Things the Right Way, No Shortcuts, and Accountability. He began his career with JPMorgan Chase in Branch Banking, and spent four years as a 1st Vice President, District Manager in Southern California. He finished in the top 5% of performance in the country and was recognized two consecutive years as a Top Performing District Manager. He accepted a role with Bank of America as a Vice President, Consumer Market Manager in the Los Angeles East Market in 2014. He accepted a position of Vice President, Operations Market Manager, where he managed over 100 financial centers and finished 2015 #2 in performance in the country and was recognized as Pinnacle Club Performer top 1%. Mac became Vice President of Operations Optimization for Synchrony where he was responsible for leading optimization initiatives for the Consumer Bank to include robotic process automation, digital transformation, process mapping, and product development with operations in Charlotte, NC, Merriam, KS, Hyderabad, India, and Manila, Philippines. Mac has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Pfeiffer University, a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix, and Doctorate (ABD) in Management and Organizational Leadership from the University of Phoenix. Mac spent four years in the U.S. Army as an Intelligence Analyst in Psychological Operations, Special Operations Command (Airborne), and he is a Desert Storm Veteran. He has served on the Board of Directors for Feeding America of Greater Riverside, Inspire Life Skills Training, Inc, The Christian Adoption Service, The Black Professional Group of Bank of America, and The Black Organization for Leadership Development for JPMorgan Chase.