Ms. Delgado joined Bank of America in 1998. She is responsible for coordinating the bank's community development reinvestment activities in the San Francisco, East Bay and North Bay communities. She also serves on a number of Market Leadership Teams for the bank. These leadership teams are responsible for the bank's local activities and business, as well as community reinvestment initiatives, and charitable giving.
Prior to 1998, Ms. Delgado held a position at a nonprofit organization, the California Reinvestment Committee, a membership organization of nonprofit housing developers, consumer agencies and local government agencies throughout California. She also was a Legislative Aide to Santa Clara County Supervisor Ron Gonzalez, advising on Housing, Parks, and Land-Use Policies.
Ms. Delgado graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science from the University of California at Berkeley and earned a Master's degree in Science from the Graduate School of Management and Urban Policy at the New School for Social Research in New York. In addition, Ms. Delgado holds an Executive Master's of Business degree from the Pacific Coast Banking School at the University of Washington, Seattle. She is a Woodrow Wilson National Fellow.
An active member of the community, Ms. Delgado serves on the Housing Committee at the Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center and a member of the Local Advisory Committee with the Bay Area Local Initiatives Support Corporation and Enterprise Community Partners Northern California Leadership Council. Ms. Delgado also was an active Board of Directors for the Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center and a member of the Loan Review Committee of the Northern California Community Loan Fund. She is also a past President of the Commission on the Status of Women in San Francisco, Treasurer of the San Francisco Young Democrats, past Commissioner of the San Francisco Commission on the Environment, and co-founder of the Coalition of Minority Policy Professionals in Northern California. Ms. Delgado was also recognized as one of the 100 Visionaries in the City of San Francisco
Ms. Delgado and her partner of fifteen years, Frederique Clermont, have a five year old son, Alejandro Fritz Clermont-Delgado and a one-year old daughter, Amélie Francoise Clermont-Delgado.