Christina Clemmons

Christina Clemmons was elected as Mentors Care Board Chair in 2016 after many years of service as a board director and mentor in the high schools. Christina is a very successful business woman with a heart for students who struggle and understands how pivotal it can be to have a caring adult in their lives.

Christina Clemmons is currently the Central Division Financial Center Readiness Manager for Preferred Banking and Merrill Edge. In this capacity, Christina is responsible for leading a team of 14 New Hire Managers across 11 states. She and her team are responsible for onboarding, coaching, and execution of all Financial Center roles. Her primary responsibility is coaching market leaders and sales force to continuously improve sales performance through high quality client experience and consistent execution of sales processes, risk mitigation and fulfillment. She is also responsible for working with the Division Sales Executive, Regional Sales Executives, and Regional Operations Executives on performance, sales activity, and strategy opportunities and concerns.

Clemmons joined Bank of America in January of 1996 as a part-time Teller and has just recently celebrated her 21year Milestone Anniversary. Prior to her current role, Christina spent many years in the Retail Bank and has served as a Consumer Market Manager, Consumer Market Executive, Sales and Service Manager, Customer Experience Executive, and Sales and Service Executive. Christina also had an opportunity to spend a couple of years leading the Texas/Midwest Region in Corporate Security. In that role, she was responsible for leading the Protective Services team in the field during Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Rita.

When not at work, Clemmons spends time mentoring at risk high school students and serves as Chairman of the Board for “Mentors Care.” She is also known for her love of running and CrossFit. Clemmons received her BA from Dallas Baptist University where she was a volleyball scholarship recipient. She and her husband have two children.