Becky Stapleton is currently the senior executive vice president and chief banking officer of S&T Bank, a $4.5-billion
bank holding company headquartered in Indiana, Pa., and has been employed with
the bank for over 25 years.
She is nationally certified as a senior professional in
human resources since 1999 and holds a Master of Public Affairs degree
from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. She received her undergraduate degree from
IUP in government and public service with a minor in economics in 1984.
She is a member of the IUP Eberly College Business and IT
Advisory Council and works specifically with its Hall of Distinction
recognition program. Stapleton is one of 15
recently appointed Pennsylvania Women in Banking Statewide Advisory Committee
members whose mission is to provide women opportunities for career
development, mentoring, recognition, growth, and a deeper sense of inclusion
with others within the bank and in the industry, while in turn providing member
banks with more developed, educated, well-rounded, and engaged leaders.
Stapleton was a founding member of the Indiana County Area
Society for Human Resource Management and served four years as the vice
president and president of the chapter, directing the chapter to its award-winning status. She has served on the United
Way of Indiana County Board of Directors and as a personnel committee member
and was a trustee of the Indiana Area School District Education
Foundation. She previously served on the
Indiana Area School District and ARIN IU 28 strategic planning committees and
served on the Act 1 tax commission committee. She recently assisted with the recruitment of a new president for the
Indiana County Chamber of Commerce.
Stapleton is a frequent presenter at local, regional, and
national conferences and seminars, but enjoys her time the most as a guest
speaker in the classrooms at IUP.
Prior to S&T Bank, she worked as an adjunct professor
at IUP, Penn State, and UPJ and as an evaluator/auditor for the Government
Accountability Office in Washington, D.C. and as a political analyst in
She enjoys participating and watching sports of all kinds,
traveling, and reading. She resides in
Indiana with her husband, Wally, and has three daughters, all of whom are attending college.