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Lisa Stevens

Wells Fargo Lead Executive for Small Business & West Coast Regional Banking President

Lisa Stevens, a 24-year company veteran, is an executive vice president and holds leadership positions across the country for Wells Fargo. Stevens is president for West Coast Regional Banking, which includes the states of California and Oregon. She also oversees Customer Experience and Regional Marketing nationally for Regional Banking. In addition, she leads Small Business Banking for the company, which provides a full range of financial services to more than 2.5 million business customers with annual revenues up to $2 million.

Within West Coast Regional Banking, Stevens has responsibility for more than 1,145 banking stores, more than 3,500 ATMs and more than 21,800 team members who serve consumers and small businesses in the region.

A California native, Stevens began her career with Wells Fargo in 1989. Prior to assuming her current leadership posts, she was president of California Regional Banking.

Long devoted to the communities she serves, Stevens is active in the nonprofit community. She serves on the boards of several nonprofit organizations, including the San Francisco Opera, National Boys & Girls Club of America, California Chamber of Commerce, Executive Committee of the California Business Roundtable, California Business for Education Excellence, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, The Center on Philanthropy and Public Policy, Advisory Committee for The Shriver Report  and the board for Partnership for Los Angeles Schools.

Stevens earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from Santa Clara University and attended American University and the Pacific Coast Banking School

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