President & CEO, Ponce Bank
Immediate Past Chair, TBHC
Carlos P. Naudon, an attorney and a retired Certified Public Accountant, is President and Chief Executive Officer of Ponce Bank, a savings bank headquartered in the Bronx, NY, and of its publicly-traded parent company, PDL Community Bancorp. He has served as a member of its Board of Directors since 2014, and since 1985, had served as its consultant and regulatory counsel. Carlos is also President of the Ponce De Leon Foundation, a private foundation established by Ponce Bank.
Ponce Bank is one of the largest U.S. Latino banks east of the Mississippi. The bank’s community focus and markets it serves enable its designations as an MDI, a Minority Depository Institution, and a CDFI, a Community Development Financial Institution. There are but 50 MDI/CDFI banks in the country.
Carlos is a graduate of the University of Maryland (1972), with a degree in economics and computer science; the University of Rochester’s Simon School of Management (1974), with a master’s degree in accounting, finance and operations management; and the Brooklyn Law School (1981), with a doctorate in jurisprudence. He has served as an adjunct faculty member at the Graduate School of Business at Columbia University.
Carlos has current and previous service in various healthcare and community organizations. He is the Immediate Past Chairman of The Brooklyn Hospital Center, former Chairman of the Board of ModernMD, an urgent care facility, and a trustee of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
He is also a member of the New York State Bar Association, the New York City Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and other professional associations.