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San Francisco Chapter

by on April 26, 2016



San Francisco Bay Area Chapter

Founded on February 20, 1979 by a group of minority bankers from the San Francisco Bay Area and was incorporated as a charter of the national organization. This new chapter immediately established a network of dedicated professionals to promote community awareness on the various aspects of banking and finance related issues. On June 22, 1982, the chapter became an affiliate of the Urban Financial Services Coalition. As an affiliate of the national organization, the members dedicate themselves to shared goals that promote professional development and personal growth. Our members demonstrate support to our communities through personal involvement, specifically targeting economic improvement.





Board of Directors

Jasper Smith, President
(925) 364-4669

Steven Moore, C/ O
Comerica Bank, FVP
408-556-5369, Chapter Vice -President

Kobie Mahiri, Treasurer
SKBA Capital Management, Business Development
415-813-0355, Chapter Treasurer

LeEtta Clark
Bank of America, Vice President
925- 878-9352, Board member

Leon Augustine
Edward Jones Investments, Branch Manager
925-906-9395, Board member

Walter Brown, Immediate Past President
WB Lending Solutions, Principal
925-256-1144

—– Committee Chairs —–

Renelle Brown
Bank of the West, Financial Services Consultant
Communications Committee

—– Advisory Board —–

Robert Shoffner
Citibank, Business Banking
Senior Vice President

Marjorie Grace
Grace Financial Services, CEO

William Robert Daniels III
Windemere Inc., Broker

Otis Watson
Comerica Bank, AVP

David Jackson
Comerica Bank, SVP

The goals of the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter are:

  • Bring together minority professionals in the financial services and other related industries for the mutual exchange of experiences and ideas resulting in career promotion and professional development
  • Provide educational and technical assistance for minorities involved in the industry and surrounding communities
  • Educate and inform minority youth about the range of employment opportunities available in the financial services and related fields
  • Provide advisory assistance to surrounding minority communities

 


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