Amy Majeskie always advocates for those around her, mentoring and challenging individuals to step outside of their comfort zones. She fully invests in her people, taking chances on individuals that can change the equipment finance industry and encouraging top performers to seize experiences that can advance their careers.
To other women in the equipment finance industry, Majeskie says, “Throughout your career, there will be setbacks and challenges for various reasons. Take each one and use it to fuel your determination and push harder. Every situation is a chance to grow, learn and fine-tune your skillset. Whether it’s a comfortable situation or a tough one, learn the lessons and become better for it.”
As senior vice president of Wells Fargo Vendor Finance, Majeskie manages the diversified programs and technology division, which is comprised of technology, industrial and medical assets for a variety of original equipment manufacturer partners. In her role, Majeskie oversees the sales process, leads business initiatives and implements new strategies that enhance the customer experience while closing gaps and managing risk both internally and externally. Recently, Majeskie spearheaded a new medical program for the business that surpassed expectations and revenue goals for the year and brought her portfolio close to $1 billion. Majeskie’s determination is methodical, and she possesses a unique perspective on many asset types and industries, making her skills multi-dimensional. In all, Majeskie brings life to big ideas as a leader.
Majeskie began in construction equipment financing after graduating from Syracuse University. Throughout her career, she has held leadership roles in sales, syndications and program management at several lending institutions. She has a record of growing untouched markets, which has catapulted her to be a leader in the industry.
Bob Sattler, the vice president of dealer business development and financial services at Hyster-Yale Group, a 30-year long Wells Fargo customer, speaks highly of Majeskie, saying she possesses the technical competencies to be highly effective in her role while maintaining the empathy, humility, persuasiveness and resiliency that elevated her to a top leadership position.
“Her positive impact on our enterprise is evident, and her broader impact on our industry is inevitable,” Sattler says.
Throughout Majeskie’s career, she has earned several Wells Fargo awards, including the Golden Spoke, the company’s highest award as well as a top team member honor and several President’s Club awards for volume growth.
Mike Boatright, senior relationship manager for Wells Fargo Equipment Finance, has worked with Majeskie for years and sees the impact her leadership has on everyone around her. According to him, Majeskie digs to understand what pains her team members and clients and makes it her purpose to create a harmonious environment for everyone.
“Because of her leadership, those that work for her and with her have a more in-depth understanding of the economic landscape and how market conditions impact our business,” Boatright says. “She invests so much into her people and the relationships she builds, encompassing what many leaders strive to be.”
“Amy’s ability to understand the unique needs of our program partners and tailor solutions to meet those needs differentiates [her] from her industry peers,” David O’Neill, head of Wells Fargo Distribution Finance, says. “She has an exceptional ability to accurately assess a situation and develop a collaborative solution.”
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