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Ortiz, Isis

Vice President

Eastern Bank and President, ALPFA Boston

Isis Ortiz is a Vice President, Portfolio Manager at Eastern Bank where she manages a portfolio of commercial banking relationships with a broad array of middle market and security alarm companies. Prior to joining Eastern, Isis was Vice President, Portfolio Manager at Citizen’s Bank independently managing over 30 middle market client relationships in the public and private sectors. She has held positions at Santander Bank as a Credit Officer and at John Hancock Financial Services within their Bond and Corporate Finance Group. Her career began in the non-profit sector at ACCION International. Isis is an active community leader and diversity, equity, and inclusion champion. She’s a strong advocate for the education and financial literacy of minority students and the rights of women, BIPOC and those identifying as LGBTQ+. Isis is the President for the Boston chapter of the Association of Latino Professionals for America (“ALPFA”), the first and largest Latino professional association in the United States currently serving over 95,000 professional and student members across the country and Puerto Rico. She sits on the Board of Trustees for Phoenix Charter Academy Network, a portfolio of high schools focused on older, disconnected, and underserved students; and she is a member of the Lawrence Boys and Girls Club Advisory Council. Isis is a recipient of the 2014 McCallum Leadership Scholar Award, a 2018 Latinos for Education Board Fellow, and a member of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce 2021 Boston Future Leaders cohort.

Originally from Bayamon, Puerto Rico, Isis lives with her wife, Latasha, in Lawrence, MA. In her free time she enjoys spending quality time with her nieces and nephews and trying out new restaurants.

Isis holds a B.A. in Mathematics and a B.A. in Business Management from Emmanuel College, a Master of Science in Finance from the New England Institute of Business at Cambridge College, and a Master of Business Administration from Bentley University.

Ortiz, Isis
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