Little is named new SunTrust Foundation president
When SunTrust Foundation’s David Fuller retires on March 31 as president, Stan Little will assume the position.
Little, comes from 25 years of corporate sales and marketing. He attended Duke for his undergraduate work in electrical engineering and earned his master’s in the same field from Purdue. He also holds an MBA in business administration from the University of California, Berkeley.
Before Little joined SunTrust in 2015, he was as senior vice president of marketing strategy and operations at NCR.
“Stan brings a strong combination of philanthropic experience, strategic business planning and community partnerships to the role," Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Susan Somersille Johnson said. "And he can also help enhance our collaborative approach to strengthening communities."
Little will continue to build the SunTrust Foundation. He also is the board chairman of the North Fulton Community Charities and has been in advisory positions at other nonprofit organizations. Other community activities include serving in an advisory position at the FCC and teaching as an adjunct business professor at Georgia State University.
The SunTrust Foundation has granted up to $128 million to a variety of organizations including Autism Speaks, ClearPoint, Grameen America and The United Way.