At-Large Member 2019-2021
Fiona Grant brings exceptional communications skills, experience in the domestic and international arenas and visionary leadership to The Junior League. Whether in the corporate world, the non-profit service world or the world of education and arts, Fiona projects a level of competency and leadership that not only drives results for her teams, but elevates the performance of those around her. Throughout her experience, Fiona has understood the balance between embracing a diversity of views and ideas while driving a unified vision, and the importance of embracing disruption to challenge the status quo.
Her experience with The Junior League spans more than 20 years and two countries. Fiona served as President-Elect of the Junior League of London, and subsequently President of the Junior League of the City of New York. She also held several other leadership positions, from Co-Chair of the Learning Club Committee and Community Vice President in London, to chairing both the Ethics Committee and the Board Work Group on Governance in New York. Fiona has been recognized for her service in both cities, earning the award of Active Volunteer of the Year in London and the awards of Outstanding Volunteer and Woman to Watch in New York.
As with her Junior League experience, Fiona’s experience in civic and public service spans multiple countries and areas. She was Chair for the Reading Program for the Hong Kong Society for the Blind as well as an advocate for domestic helpers in Hong Kong, China. Fiona was coordinator of the youth services committee for the Northern Virginia Chapter of the Red Cross. As part of her current service for the American Ballet Theatre (ABT), she’s helping to develop a volunteer base dedicated to growing the long-term engagement and support of ABT.
Professionally, Fiona is a seasoned leader in corporate and strategic communications. She currently is a Senior Vice President of Corporate Communications at Bank of America, where she provides lead support for the bank’s compliance and operational risk division and for enterprise-wide communications on risk management. She previously held several other communications roles at the bank. Fiona previously worked for Citigroup and Enron.
Fiona received her B.A. in French and Spanish from Hollins College, and her M.A. in Political Management from George Washington University.