Wells Fargo Leadership in Oregon

December 11th, 2018
12:00 PM – 1:15 PM

The Sentinel
614 SW 11th Ave, 3rd fl
Portland, OR

Tracy Curtis is a Region Bank President for Wells Fargo & Company. An Executive Vice President, she is responsible for managing the customer service, sales and community involvement activities of nearly 800 team members at 74 bank branches in northern Oregon and southwest Washington. She has been in her current position since July 28, 2017.

Prior to her current appointment, Ms. Curtis served as regional bank president for Oregon and S.W. Washington for more than three years. She was the first woman to serve in that role.

A native of England, Ms. Curtis began her Wells Fargo career in 1988 as a teller. She later served as a service manager, personal banker, bank manager and district manager. In 2006 Wells Fargo promoted Ms. Curtis to East Bay regional president in northern California. She later served as Regional President for the San Francisco market for Wells Fargo for two and a half years.

Ms. Curtis chairs the Trail Blazers Foundation board. She also volunteers on the boards of Cascade AIDS Project, Raphael House, Oregon Bankers Association and The Mighty Endeavor. She also serves on the national advisory board for BankWork$, the Leadership Council of the All Hands Raised Partnership and on the advisory board of the Susan G. Komen organization in Portland. Ms. Curtis will serve as the chair of the Our House fundraising gala in 2018.

Some of the awards presented to Ms. Curtis include the Athena Award from Dress for Success, the Heartfelt Award from Our House, a Global Business Award from Special Olympics, Woman Executive of the Year from the Portland Business Journal, Most Influential Women in Business from the San Francisco Business Times; Industry Leader Award from the Professional Business Women of California; the Hero award from The Shanti Project; and a Diversity Champion Award from the Wells Fargo Asian Connection.

Ms. Curtis graduated from the Pacific Coast Banking School at the University of Washington.