Awards and Honors

Comerica’s Christine Moore Honored for Notable Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Work

Christine Moore, Executive Vice President, is General Auditor for Comerica Bank. As the Executive Sponsor of Comerica’s African American Network Michigan Chapter for the last five years and current Executive Diversity Committee member, Moore has had a tremendous impact on Comerica’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion journey. 

As Comerica’s Chief Auditor and member of the C-Suite, Moore not only serves in these roles, she is also a vocal and lead-by-example champion of the bank’s diversity strategy.

“Christine’s success in building a diverse workforce is attributed to her efforts in striving to achieve a diverse pool of talent from entry point. It begins with diverse talent for her intern program, ensuring women and minorities are actively engaged in professional development opportunities and making sure her succession management has a diverse pool of talent,” said Nate Bennett, Chief Diversity Officer and Senior Vice President, Head of Talent Acquisition.

Diversity is among Comerica Bank’s core values and Moore has recently been honored by Crain’s Detroit as a Notable Executive in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

“Christine is an exceptional leader, executive, mentor and role model for our entire organization,” said Curt Farmer, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Comerica Incorporated and Comerica Bank. “She leads the Audit division with exceptional integrity, which drives results throughout our internal and external auditing processes and regulatory management.

“She is an outstanding champion of building and cultivating an inclusive environment that strengthens the fabric of who we are and what we want to be. Her commitment to diversity inspires her staff and Comerica colleagues, and that inspiration positively impacts how we serve our customers and communities.”

Moore also serves as chair and executive board member of Alternative for Girls, an organization that assists homeless and high-risk young girls and women through resource programs. This includes minors who are in the care of their young mothers as a result from the health and economic crisis caused by COVID-19.

Her involvement began in 2012 and she’s held a variety of roles throughout her time being a part of this important community resource.

Along with overseeing the strategy, direction and management of Internal Audit and Asset Quality Review, Moore is also responsible for establishing and maintaining effective communications and working relationships with external auditors, regulatory examiners, and senior and executive management. She reports to the Audit Committee of the Comerica Inc. Board of Directors.

After beginning her accounting and auditing career at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where she earned her Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) designations, Moore has accumulated more than 20 years of experience with Comerica and has earned Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) and Certified Fiduciary and Investment Risk Specialist (CFIRS) designations while with the bank. She was named to her current position in May 2016.

Moore holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Marygrove College and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Detroit Mercy.

In addition to her service and support for Alternative for Girls, Moore is and a member of the Michigan Association of CPAs, Institute of Systems Audit & Control Association, Institute of Internal Auditors and Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists.

Comerica’s Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

As one of Comerica's Core Values, our respect for diversity permeates everything we do. Our diversity standards recognize behavior that:

  • Uses and values similarities and differences in people to create a work environment that encourages creative thinking and solutions.
  • We stand for social justice and racial equality for all communities and against policy and actions that create inequities within our communities.
  • Recognizes and leverages the benefits from a broad range of ideas, viewpoints, and backgrounds working together to produce superior products and services for a diverse marketplace.
  • Embraces the inclusion of all talented and qualified individuals, regardless of differences in beliefs, experiences, backgrounds or physical characteristics.
  • Treats all colleagues, customers and suppliers fairly, with dignity and respect.

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