Roddy is a 4th generation Episcopalian and a West Palm Beach native. She was baptized at Holy Trinity Church in West Palm and when her family moved to Knoxville, TN in middle school, she became very involved at the Church of the Ascension. She spent six years in the choir and led many Happening retreats at Suwannee. While at Florida State University, she attended the Chapel of the Resurrection and volunteered with the Episcopal University Center. After graduating from Florida State University in 1997 with a Bachelor of Science in Criminology and Minor in Business, Roddy moved to Tampa where she found a home at St. John’s. She has attended St. John’s for over 25 years.
During her tenure at the church, she led the Lay Eucharistic Visitors for 10 years and volunteered for the ministry 15 years, was a Stephen Minister to several members of the church, served as a Canvasser for Every Member Canvass, led Holy Conversations during COVID, participated in the women’s bible study as well as serving as a faithful volunteer for Angel Tree. Roddy and her husband Ralph were married at St. John’s in 2006. Her two daughters, Addison and Hailey, were baptized at St. John’s and participate in Youth Group and Sunday School.
Roddy is a Managing Director at Bank of America. She manages the State of Florida and Mid-South Treasury Markets for the Global Commercial Bank. She is responsible for the sales teams growing and managing $6.5B in liquidity and $180MM in Global Treasury Revenue. Roddy has been with Bank of America since 1998, originally joining the NationsBank private banking team in Tampa. She moved to the commercial bank in 2001 and helped roll out the Global Govt. Treasury Management Proposal team, where she then joined the Global Corporate and Investment Bank.
During her time in Tampa, she has served on many boards. She is a sustaining member of The Junior League of Tampa, a Girl Scout Troop leader of West Central Florida, a volunteer for Junior Achievement and Habitat for Humanity, and started the Dave Noyes Scholarship Fund.