Gabrielle de Kuyper Sheshunoff Bekink is founder and CEO of Sheshunoff Consulting + Solutions, a provider of executive development, risk management consulting, and investment banking services to U.S regional and community banks.
She also co-founded Sheshunoff Information Services in 1972, and was its chief executive until 1988 when International Thomson (now Thomson Reuters) acquired the company. Prior to her work with Sheshunoff, Gabrielle was Executive Vice President of John de Kuyper and Zoon B.V. Canada, Ltd., where she was responsible for de Kuyper Canada and U.S. operations. Gabrielle has served on the board of the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, the Texas Book Festival and the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas. She also served on the Board of Directors of the American Friends of the British Museum. Gabrielle currently serves as a Commissioner for the Smithsonian American Art Commission.
Gabrielle graduated from King’s Hall and attended McGill University in Montreal. She has two children, George Blake Cabot, Jr., and Alexander Austin Sheshunoff, Jr. and is married to Rudolf Simon Bekink, the Former Netherlands Ambassador to the United States.