After graduating from Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) with a Bachelor of Science degree in business management, Regina Dressel Stover began her career at Mellon Bank, now BNY Mellon, in Pittsburgh. While working at BNY Mellon, Regina obtained her Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Pittsburgh.
Regina is now a certified internal auditor, a certified bank auditor, and a certified fiduciary and investment risk specialist.
During her long career at Mellon, Regina, who retired in November of 2009 as a managing director, worked in numerous senior management positions in internal auditing and risk management. Nationally recognized as an expert on fiduciary and investment management risk, she spoke frequently at industry conferences,
seminars, and meetings. Regina is a past member of the faculty for the Central Atlantic School of Trust and Investment Management at Bucknell University and the former New England School of Banking at Williams College.
Regina was recognized with the Distinguished Alumna Award and the Distinguished Service Award from the Business Alumni Board at the University of Pittsburgh for her leadership work with the Business Alumni Board and the Business Alumnae Council. She has also been named a Distinguished Alumna of IUP.
In addition to her volunteer work with the University of Pittsburgh, Regina also serves as a trustee emeritus and past chair of the finance committee and past vice chair of governance at Carlow University. She has also served as a member of the advisory board for Eberly College at IUP, a member of the pastoral council at Our Lady of Grace Parish, the chair of the Audit Committee for the Finance Council at Our Lady of Grace Parish, the past treasurer and board member for Legatus of Pittsburgh, and a member of the Financial Advisory Board for the Sisters of St. Joseph. She also serves as a trustee and member of the Audit and Finance Committees and past chair of the Investment Committee for the Foundation for IUP.
For the next two years, Regina will serve as a member of the University of Pittsburgh’s Panther Fan Experience Committee, one of 22 members selected from over 800 applications. Most recently, Regina served as the chair of the Campaign for the Church Alive for her church, raising over $2.4 million for Our Lady of Grace Parish and the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh.
Encouraged to read at a young age, Regina combines her love of books with her love of travel. Regina and her husband, Dennis, visited many of the places brought to life in the books they read. When at home, Regina enjoys playing the piano and spending time with her family and friends.