She also oversaw several system conversions and successfully assimilated various business acquisitions. Earlier in her career with the Bank, she co-led a cross-functional team to successfully migrate operational processing from New York to Texas and was a project manager for a bank-wide reengineering initiative to devise a process-driven approach to service delivery.
Ms. Bock served as Chairman of the ABA's National Corporate Trust Workshop in Washington D.C. in 1997 whose theme was "Leading Change in a Changing World". The workshop achieved the highest rating ever given by attendees.
Katherine is a graduate of the Corporate Coach U Fast Track program and is a licensed attorney with an undergraduate degree in accounting. Her first job after graduating from law school was as a staff attorney for a global $5 billion waste management company where she focused on general corporate, contract, and environmental law as well as acquisitions.
Ms. Bock is active in the community and serves on the Board of Mi Escuelita Preschools, a non-profit organization whose mission is to teach English and early learning skills to 2, 3, & 4-year olds of all cultures. She is an alumna of Leadership Texas and has been a United Way and Meals on Wheels volunteer and has served as a mentor to Girls Inc. She belongs to various executive-level networking and professional groups.