Kathryn Campana and Lisa Everhart have joined Wells Fargo as community affairs and community development officers, respectively. Pam Conboy, lead regional president for Wells Fargo Arizona, announced the appointment.
As community affairs officer, Campana is responsible for management and implementation of Wells Fargo philanthropy for the state of Arizona. She will work with nonprofit organizations and other business groups in Arizona to manage Wells Fargo’s social responsibility and will provide strategic leadership, support and execution of Wells Fargo community investments.
Campana joins Wells Fargo from the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce, where she held the position of director of Community Relations. Prior to her position with the Chamber, she was the senior director of special events for the American Heart Association. Campana also has held positions with the Arizona Biltmore Resort & Space and Grey Entertainment. She is actively involved in community organizations and is a graduate of Valley Leadership and Scottsdale Leadership. She earned her Bachelor of Arts from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.
As community development officer, Everhart’s responsibilities include representing Wells Fargo in Arizona community and economic development activities, establishing and maintaining relationships with community organizations, creating processes that help increase business opportunities in low-to-moderate communities, and serving as the primary contact for all Community Reinvestment Act matters.
Everhart joins Wells Fargo from the City of Phoenix, where she held the position of project manager for the Neighborhood Services Department of the Community Development Division. Prior to this time, Everhart also served as director for Fireside by Pulte and as a manager for Rossmar & Graham, where she planned, developed and implemented community relations
and neighborhood organization activities. She earned her Bachelor of Science in business and marketing from Arizona State University.
“Wells Fargo has a long and proud history of supporting communities throughout the state,” said Conboy. “Katie’s and Lisa’s deep Arizona roots and strong community backgrounds will be a great asset to our efforts in support of Arizona communities.”