Linda R. Manfredonia is an Executive Vice President and Chief Fiduciary Officer for PNC Wealth Management and Institutional Services. In addition, she is the Regional Managing Director of the Wealth Management Group in the Delaware, Central Pennsylvania and the Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey markets.
Prior to serving as Regional Managing Director, Ms. Manfredonia held the position Managing Director of the Trust Company of PNC Advisors in Philadelphia and was the Chief Fiduciary Officer of PNC Advisors Wealth Management Division from 1999 to 2000. She also served as Chief Administrative Officer of Hawthorn; a division of PNC Advisors from 1995 to 1998.
Ms. Manfredonia joined Provident National Bank, now PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. in 1985 as Trust Administrator in the Trust Division. In 1988, she assumed the role of Unit Manager for Senior Estate & Trust Administrators. In 1991, Ms. Manfredonia became Manager of the Philadelphia Trust Operations responsible for operations and traditional support units and assumed responsibility for Centralized Trust Operations in 1993.
Ms. Manfredonia is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and has been a lecturer in Trust and Estate Administration at Widener University Law School. She also lectured for 10 years at the Central Atlantic Trust School. She is a former member of the Mural Arts Program Advocates Board, is currently a member of the Temple University Planned Giving Advisory Board, the Board of Directors of the Center for Literacy and the Abington Hospital Foundation Board of Trustees. She is also a member of the Forum of Executive Women. Ms. Manfredonia holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from LaSalle University as well as a J.D. and L.L.M. in taxation from Temple University School of Law.