Women to Watch Class of 2016: Kathy Ann Reinhardt

Senior Vice President at KeyBank




Kathy Ann Reinhardt has more than 35 years of financial services experience, with close to 18 years at Key. After attending Olivet Nazarene University, Kathy Ann’s career has spanned the spectrum of insurance, employee benefits and, most recently, wealth management services as a Key Private Bank Relationship Manager. She manages a book of business which encompasses a broad spectrum of banking, trust and investment management services available through Key Private Bank. Kathy Ann’s style is relationship-driven, in that she truly seeks to become the trusted advisor for her clients and their families. She has a deep care, passion and compassion for her clients. Residing in the historical district in downtown South Bend, with her husband Guenter and two sons, John Paul and James, Kathy has held positions and served with several regional and community service organizations, including acting as Chairwoman for the American Heart Association’s annual “Go-Red for Women”  fundraiser. She has served as a Board of Director on the Leadership of SJ County’s Leadership program and Madison Center. Kathy Ann has also served on the Finance Task Force of the former local affiliate for Susan G. Komen.  She is a five year Breast Cancer Survivor and currently serves as the Chair of the Women’s Task Force of Saint Joseph Health Systems. Kathy Ann also serves on the Board of Directors of the Foundation of the Saint Joseph Health Systems. She is passionate in her work with the Women’s Task Force and also partners with Kelly Cares Foundation in educating women in healthcare and with breast cancer research.
Charitable Organizations:
Chair of the Women's Task Force of St. Joseph Health Systems, involving Secret Sisters Society. Board member of the Foundation of St. Joseph Health Systems

Favorite TV Show:

I love Lucy

Favorite Book:

The Bible

Favorite Beauty Product:

Mary Kay Moisturizer

What type of SASSY shoe would you be?

Hot pink two inch high heel!

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