Randall E. Reynoso
Randy Reynoso serves on both the NatureBridge Golden Gate and National Boards and has served as a member of our annual Gala Committee (and is our 2016 Honorary Chair), and as Chair of our National Board’s Finance Committee.
Reynoso has 36 years of banking experience, 18 of which were with Westamerica Bank in various levels of management including Senior Vice President and Regional Manager of an eight-county area before he moved to Placer Sierra Bank in 2000 where he served as President and Chief Operating Officer of both Placer Sierra Bancshares and Placer Sierra Bank and served on the Bank’s Board of Directors. Randy was instrumental in both taking Placer Sierra Bank public in 2004 and in selling the bank to Wells Fargo in June 2007. He now serves as Executive Vice President and Division President for Wells Fargo’s Business Banking Group in the San Francisco Bay Area and for Commercial Real Estate lending in the bank’s Pacific Midwest Region.
Randy’s childhood in Sacramento was shaped by his experience both as a Cub Scout and Boy Scout where he had his first immersions in nature and memorably visited Yosemite for the first time. His commitment to the environment and to underserved youth is reflected in his board service and philanthropic commitment to providing opportunities for all youth to live active and healthy lives that bring them in contact with the wild outdoors.
In addition, Reynoso’s past volunteer service includes leadership roles with numerous philanthropic organizations including: the Non Profit Resource Center, Families First, The Stanford Home Foundation, Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, CARES, Sacramento Children’s Museum, the Sacramento Red Cross Chapter and UC Davis Children’s Hospital. Randy is a Senior Fellow and past Chairman of the American Leadership Forum (ALF) Mountain Valley Chapter and immediate past Chairman for KVIE Public Television. He currently serves as Director and Co-Chair of Development for the Mondavi Center for the Arts and Director of both the San Francisco Opera and California Business for Education Excellence.
Mr. Reynoso is the recipient of several community service awards including Sacramento State Alumni Association's Distinguished Service Award, the Community Services Planning Council's Unsung Hero Award as well as the CARES 2005 Award of Excellence.
Randy earned his Bachelors of Science degree in Finance from California State University Sacramento. He and his partner of 33 years, Martin Camsey, currently call both Sacramento and San Francisco their home. Their son Bryson also works in banking and lives with his wife, Summer in Sacramento.