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Bob Sanders

Mortgage Production Manager

At Regions, we recognize diversity and inclusion are essential for achieving and maintaining a competitive advantage, and our commitment is reinforced through our ongoing efforts to reflect, anticipate and adapt to the changing demographics of the communities where we live and work. These efforts are supported by our senior leaders, managers, and associates. We have a cross-functional network of Regions associates at all levels who work together to advance the company’s comprehensive diversity and inclusion strategy. In addition, the Regions Diversity Advisory Council, composed of various academic, community, and business leaders, offers an outside perspective on diversity and inclusion matters in the workplace and marketplace. Our strategic approach to diversity and inclusion – inside and outside of Regions -- not only is good business, but it is also the right thing to do for our customers, communities, associates and shareholders.

Bob Sanders is Vice President and Area Mortgage Manager for Regions Bank for the Tampa Bay Market. He has been working in the Mortgage industry for 36 years and moved to the Tampa Bay area in April of 2015 for his current position. Bob has been very involved in the LGBT community and was a founding member of Sunday’s Child, an organization created by LGBT professionals in Pensacola, Florida to give back to the non-profit community. He has also served on Boards for other non-profits like United Way of Escambia County.

Bob has served as Chairperson of the Diversity Consumer Lending Chapter at Regions and has been instrumental in having the bank join the Tampa Bay Diversity Chamber of Commerce and sponsor the Tampa Gay Lesbian Independent Film Festival. He was also involved in having Regions participate in the Tampa and St Petersburg Pride Events this last year for the first time.

Bob is the proud parent of two daughters, Nicole and Brenna, who graduated from college in and currently reside in New Orleans. He currently lives in St Petersburg with his husband David Campbell.


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