Trish Fielden

Trish Fielden

March 23, 2018 | Panel Discussion

8:00 - 9:30a

PRESENTATION: Women in Leadership Panel: Tranformational Leadership and the Skills to Succeed

Join this interactive session to learn about the unique journeys of several distinguished and successful women who are making their mark in the corporate industry. Discussions will revolve around the importance a professional network, moving out of your comfort zone, work-life flex and finding ways to show your abilities in non-traditional ways.


Career Tricia Fielden is head of Fifth Third Bancorp’s Transformation and Operational Excellence team. In this role, she bringing five new methodologies focusing on transforming how “work gets done” – Workforce Management, Lean, Agile, Intelligent Automation, and Quality Control.

Most recently, she held the role of head of Fifth Third Bancorp’s Consumer Bank Support Services team where she was led the Consumer Bank Project Office, including Process Optimization, Portfolio Management and Vendor Management.

Fielden joined Fifth Third Bancorp in 1997 as an assistant manager in a banking center. She held several positions within the banking center network prior to transitioning to a Bancorp role within the Retail line of business. While in Retail, she was responsible for the Go To Market strategy, including the delivery strategy supporting 1,322 Banking Centers located in 12 states.

Fielden also held the role of Strategic Director within Fifth Third’s Enterprise Program Management Office. In that role, she was responsible for delivering strategic initiatives that impacted the Enterprise and specialized in change management activities including internal and external communications, marketing, sales process integration and customer experience.

Fielden attended The Ohio State University and graduated from Xavier University’s Executive MBA program December 2016.

Fielden is a sustaining member and former board member of the Junior League of Cincinnati. She currently volunteers as a second grade Sunday school teacher for her church and was a member of the YWCA Rising Star Class of 2014.