About Carmen Del Guercio
Carmen Del Guercio joined the Maryland Food Bank as President and CEO in December 2016 following a successful 29-year career in the banking industry. He came to the food bank from M&T Bank, where he worked in a variety of leadership roles since 1990. During his banking career, Del Guercio was recognized for his ability to build and lead large teams, and for his strategic execution of expansion into new markets from Buffalo, N.Y. to Florida. He also played critical roles in bank mergers and acquisitions and served as the Head of Private Banking for M&T Bank’s Wilmington Trust Wealth Advisory.
In addition, Del Guercio has lent his time and expertise to various organizations in the nonprofit sector. Since 2008, he has served as a board member of the Baltimore Urban Debate League, which aims to educate and mentor inner city middle school and high school students. For 10 years, he was a board member and chairman of Humanim, Inc., a nonprofit that provides workforce development services for adults with special needs. Del Guercio is also a former vice president and board member of the Baltimore Country Club and board member of Leadership Howard County.
Del Guercio holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in finance from Providence College in Providence, Rhode Island and a master’s of business administration from Loyola College of Maryland in Baltimore.