After 40+ years in the banking industry and a pillar in the community, Senior VP, Region Manager at U.S. Bank Darrell Brown retires.
Mr. Darrell Brown, a native of Los Angeles and was a Senior VP of the Greater Los Angeles Coastal Region of U.S. Bank. The nations’ fifth largest commercial bank with over $340 billion in assets and 17 million customers.
With over 40+ years of extensive experience in diverse leadership and management roles within the banking world, he is an outspoken advocate for identifying new markets for individual customers with diverse financial needs. Darrell is recognized as a proven change agent with expertise in revitalizing organizations, building brand equity, and affecting positive growth. As a highly respected leader with a clear, focused direction, he has seen notable results throughout his career. He has been instrumental in corporate reorganization and restored customer confidence by consistently delivering innovative products, services and programs to maximize profits. Darrell is an effective mentor and coach who believe that “high achievement always takes place in the framework of high expectation”.
Darrell is an alumnus of UCLA Extension and The Carlson School of Executive Management at the University of Minnesota. He has received many honors and awards including “Father of the Year” by the American Diabetes Association, the 2009 Leadership Award presented by the California Legislative Black Caucus, the 2010 “Outstanding Corporate Citizen” award presented by the West Angeles Community Development Corporation and the 2019 Corporate Partner Award presented by the Los Angeles Urban League. Routinely called upon to speak as a guest lecturer throughout the country on various financial topics, Darrell is recognized as an expert in matters relating to personal finance.
He is truly a resource for many organizations and community at large. Extremely generous in sharing his time and expertise in whatever way it can be useful for the community. Darrell is especially concerned with those sectors of the community that are undeserved and need empowerment. In spite of his demanding work schedule and many business commitments, Darrell still finds time and energy to be involved in many charitable causes and activities.
Thank Mr. Brown for your dedicated service to the community and US Bank. IBM