Sally Boyce Wolfanger

Ms. Sally Boyce Wolfanger received a Bachelor of Arts degree with a double major in Economics and Political Science from Stanford University in 1983. She received a Master of Business Administration degree from Harvard Business School with an emphasis in Marketing and Finance in 1987.

Ms. Wolfanger held executive management positions with Merrill Lynch Capital Markets, Johnson & Johnson, American Express, and Mellon Bank, where she was responsible for managing consumer, student and mortgage lending consisting of over $4 billion of assets under management.

Since 2001, when her first daughter was born, Ms. Wolfanger has focused her work on her family and her commitment to philanthropic endeavors in educational, civic, and charitable organizations. She has served as Secretary of Shady Side Academy’s Junior and Middle School Parent’s Associations. As a proud alumna of Stanford, she is an active member of the admissions OVAL program, conducting applicant interviews, sharing her experiences at Stanford, and serving as a resource for those students who want to learn more about the university. She has been a longtime supporter of the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute, where she served as co-host for UPCI’s Gala.

A native San Franciscan, Ms. Wolfanger came to Pittsburgh with her husband, Craig A. Wolfanger. Mr. Wolfanger founded Raptor Partners, LLC, an investment banking firm, where he is President and CEO. The Wolfangers make their home in Fox Chapel, a northern suburb of Pittsburgh, with their three children.