CommLoan, a CRE lending tech company recently announced Sarah Stasney as Vice President of Business Development. Sarah will focus her efforts in expanding the Austin, Texas market.
Sarah comes to CommLoan fresh from her former role as a wealth advisor at Wells Fargo: Private Bank. In her previous position, Sarah worked with high-net-worth clients and helped them effectively manage their wealth and investments. Prior to Wells Fargo, Sarah was a director at SVB Analytics, where she was responsible for new business development and managed the sales team. Sarah currently sits on the board of Habitat for Humanity and was also a candidate for The Leukemia & Lymphona Society’s Woman of the Year 2019. She holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Washington University and a Master of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship from the Acton School of Business in Austin, Texas.
As CommLoan’s Vice President of Business Development, Stasney is responsible for building relationships with referral partners and borrowers, as well as generating loan opportunities through networking events and on-site visits. The primary goal of her position is to foster referral relationships to generate quality commercial loan opportunities for CommLoan. In addition, Sarah will follow up on loan quotes, as this is a marketing opportunity to gain introductions to borrowers and generate leads.
“I’m very excited to have Sarah Stasney as our new Austin team member. Sarah brings a wealth of experience and professionalism that will make a huge impact in this market,” said Mitch Ginsberg, CEO and Founder of CommLoan.
“I’m excited to work with such a great team as we change the way financing is accomplished”, said Sarah Stasney. “I firsthand understand the pain points within the banking industry. This disruptive technology addresses them and puts the borrower first.”
In her spare time, Sarah is an avid motorsports enthusiast. She is a certified level two instructor and her race car is a McLaren 570 GT4, chassis #100. Stasney enjoys taking her two children on parade laps on tracks throughout the state of Texas.