Tiffany Eubanks-Saunders

Tiffany Eubanks-Saunders

March 22, 2022 | secon2023

Tiffany Eubanks-Saunders serves as the Head of Diverse Segments for the Private Bank business at Bank of America Corporation. Reporting to the President of the Private Bank,
Tiffany is responsible for leading strategies that cultivate business development with traditionally underserved client segments such as women, people of color and the LGBT+
community.

Tiffany also serves as the Market Executive for the Tennessee
Private Bank. Under her leadership, the market has achieved
significant business growth, targeting high net worth families,
institutional clients and prospects throughout Tennessee and Kentucky. Prior to this role, Tiffany served as the Carolinas-Tennessee Market Sales Executive for U.S. Trust, responsible for leading Private Client sales teams to drive asset acquisition and
sales revenue.

Before joining the Private Bank, Tiffany served as Bank of America’s Supplier Diversity and Development Executive, responsible for achieving Bank of America’s corporate commitment to spending $10 Billion with diverse-owned businesses. As a result of Tiffany’s leadership, Bank of America was the first financial services institution inducted to The Billion Dollar Roundtable for Supplier Diversity in 2014.

Since joining Bank of America in 1993, she has held various positions in Consumer and Retail Banking, Global Banking and Markets, Global Technology and Operations, Corporate Finance, as well as Global Marketing and Corporate Affairs.

She is involved in wide variety of professional and civic organizations, including the Executive Leadership Council (ELC) and the National Minority Supplier Development Council Board of Directors. Additionally, Tiffany serves on Executive Advisory
Councils for both the North Carolina A&T State University – Deese College of Business Executive and the Tennessee State University School of Business. Among other honors, Tiffany has been recognized as a Top Woman in Business by the Charlotte Business Journal. And, in 2019, Oprah Winfrey honored Tiffany with the prestigious UNCF Maya Angelou “Women Who Lead” award.