Vice President, Business Banking

Michelle Safarian is Vice President, Business Banker for Capital One Bank.  She has more than 20 years’ experience in the banking and financial services industry. In her banking roles Michelle looks to provide a legendary experience to both her Internal & External Customers. She also looks to promote community involvement with her teams and give back to the community in which she serves. Prior to her role with Capital One, Michelle was the Branch Manager at People’s United Bank in Nesconset.

Michelle also worked previously for TD Bank, Bank of New York & Dime Savings Bank of New York.

In her current role she is responsible for new business development, relationship manager of existing clients and business lending.

Michelle’s community involvement is a passion that she is encouraged to partake within her current company. She is Secretary of the Board of Directors for the L.I. Against Domestic Violence (Suffolk County Coalition against Domestic Violence), as well as serving as the Chair for their Business Council, bringing Long Island businesses together to support the victims of Domestic Violence. She is a Board Member for the Nesconset Chamber of Commerce and Tyler and Madden’s Food Fight which supports pediatric food allergy research. In the past Michelle has also worked with the Smithtown Business and Professional Women’s Network and The Long Island Mentoring Partnership.

Over the past few years Michelle has been honored by both the local community as well as her employers. She received the Community Leader Nominee for TD Bank in 2012 and “Woman of Excellence” Award by the Smithtown Business and Professional Women’s Network in 2010.

October 2016 Newsletter

July 2016 Newsletter

From the Desk of Our President

Dear EEWN Members,                                                       Spring, 2016

As our 2015/2016 fiscal year comes to a close, it is with great joy, I look back on all that was accomplished, all the great women we have met and learned from, and those we have celebrated.  Thank you to our departing Board Members and for the many . . . → Read More: From the Desk of Our President

An Open Letter to EEWN Members

Bylaws Balloting Results:

Total Ballots entered: 33 Yes Votes: 33 No Votes: 0

An Open Letter to the East End Women’s Network Members:

Dear East End Women’s Network Members,

Thank you!

The ballots have been counted and you approved the bylaws update UNANIMOUSLY! We very much appreciate your whole-hearted support of this very . . . → Read More: An Open Letter to EEWN Members