Stephanie Stanfield

West Florida Area Wealth Executive at Regions Bank

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Stephanie Stanfield is Senior Vice President/Area Wealth Executive for Regions Bank, serving west Florida. In addition to bringing 25 years of banking and leadership to the role, she maintains a strong commitment to the relationship management aspect of the job as she works with individuals and families to achieve their financial goals. Stephanie earned a Bachelor of Science degree in economics at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, then completed the Wharton Executive Leadership Program at University of Pennsylvania.

As an executive, Stephanie represents Regions to promote economic development and support philanthropic initiatives throughout the Tampa Bay area. She and her husband have always been personally philanthropic-minded. Stephanie serves on the Board of Directors for Big Brothers Big Sisters, and the couple have jointly mentored a child in the program for several years. She also serves on the Boards of WEDU and Friends of Tampa River Walk.

Stephanie is energetic, with a desire to empower other women. She is passionate about her family and giving back to the community – in her words, “making life better for others.”


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Her Vision Her Legacy

The financial status of women in the United States is rapidly improving. Today, more U.S. women than men are graduating from college, and about one-third of women earn more money than their husbands. The future looks even brighter: It’s estimated that by 2030 women will account for two-thirds of our nation’s wealth. 

In her professional career, Stephanie has helped negotiate difficult conversations among family members about how to achieve financial stability, transition wealth, and plan for the unexpected. Since 2017, however, her personal experience has taken on a new dimension.  Following the loss of her brother-in-law and mother to cancer within one month, she must now have difficult conversations with her own family about important financial decisions needed to prepare them long term due to a serious diagnosis.  Stephanie shares inspiring lessons of financial empowerment to help women manage and grow personal wealth, achieve financial security,  and create a legacy for next generations.