Daniel K. Fitzpatrick
Daniel K. Fitzpatrick, a commercial banking executive with more than 25 years of experience, is President of Citizens Bank of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, and Head of National Mid-Corporate and Industry Verticals.
He serves on Citizens Financial Group’s (CFG) Executive Leadership Group, the company’s senior leadership team. CFG is headquartered in Providence, R.I.
Fitzpatrick, a native of Philadelphia, is a former chairman of the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce and serves on its executive committee and its CEO Council for Growth. As chairman of the CEO Council’s Human Capital Working Group, Fitzpatrick has focused on the development of programs and initiatives aimed at workforce development in order to facilitate economic growth and employment opportunity. Dan is also a member of the Board of the Allegheny Conference on Community Development and a member of the Heinz History Museum Board in Pittsburgh.
Active in the community, he is a member of the board of trustees of La Salle University, the Greater Philadelphia Urban Affairs Coalition and a member of the executive committee of the Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau. He is a member of the board of directors of the Wistar Institute and on the Advisory Board of Drexel University’s College of Engineering. Dan was recently appointed by Mayor Michael Nutter to the Philadelphia Works Board of Directors and appointed the presiding Chairperson of the Philadelphia Council for Colleage and Career Success Sub-Committee.
As a result of Fitzpatrick’s community efforts, Citizens Bank and Fitzpatrick individually have received numerous community awards, including the Police Athletic League Award, the Philadelphia Academies Inc. Stand and Deliver Award, and the YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity’s John Wanamaker Corporate Award.
Fitzpatrick earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from La Salle University and an M.B.A. from Drexel University. He is a CPA and a Chartered Financial Analyst. Fitzpatrick lives in Newtown, Pa., with his wife Beth and their four children.