14 Dec A Conversation With Christina Ketsoyan
A Conversation With:
How long have you been volunteering in the community?
I have been an active volunteer in the San Fernando Valley (SFV) community since 2003.
How long have you been volunteering for The Valley Economic Alliance?
I have been volunteering for The Valley Economic Alliance (TVEA) since 2013.
Tell us a little about yourself.
I am District Manager and Vice President of U.S. Bank in the SFV area of the Greater Los Angeles Coastal Region. I have been in this role for 4 years and currently oversee 14 retail branches including 92 employees.
I began my banking career 22 years ago, working as a part-time teller while I attended San Francisco State University (SFSU). After earning my bachelor’s degree in Business Management, I received a Master of Business Administration from SFSU in 2003 and joined U.S. Bank the next year.
My family emigrated to the United States from Armenia in the mid-1990s. I live in Los Angeles with my husband Victor and our two daughters, ages 17 and 12.
For more information visit my LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/christina-ketsoyan-77923727
What is one of your Passion Projects that you are working on?
One of my passion projects is teaching financial literacy at low-income community schools.
Why do you continue to be a member of The Valley Economic Alliance?
I continue to be a member of TVEA because I like helping businesses grow and having a positive impact with business owners.