Camilla Yellets is a regulatory compliance officer for AML Governance at Fulton Financial Corporation (FFC), a $17.1 billion financial holding company based in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Yellets joined FFC in February 2012 and is responsible for building and managing the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Training Program and the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) Program for FFC and its affiliate banks, located in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Virginia. Yellets has led both programs through large-scale remediation projects, audits and multiple regulatory agency examinations to ensure compliance with the program elements.
Yellets is originally from the U.K. where she served as a police officer for the Metropolitan Police Service in London for six years (a Bobby). Prior to her police service, Yellets earned her bachelor of arts in psychology from Ohio State University, for which she was recruited to be a member of their NCAA Division 1 field hockey team. Yellets also holds a masters of art in criminal justice from Pennsylvania State University where she assisted on multiple research projects including a Department of Security funded project assessing how militant networks learn, adapt and recruit.
In her spare time, Yellets volunteers for the Humane League of Lancaster County in Pennsylvania and is an animal advocate.