Stephanie Horne Clark is director of Private Banking at Zions Bank, a position she has held since 2014. She is responsible for managing 47 bankers across Utah and Idaho who provide concierge-style service to high-net-worth clients. Her Private Banking team focuses the coordination of estate planning, investments, succession planning, business and personal banking, including commercial lending, mortgage lending, revolving lines of credit, and home equity loans.
Stephanie Horne Clark has 24 years of banking experience. She joined Zions Bank in 1997 at the age of 24 as a vice president and team lead and Executive Banking relationship manager. Prior to joining Zions Bank, she worked for First Interstate Bank/Wells Fargo Bank as a customer service manager and premier banking officer.
Dedicated to continually expanding her knowledge, she completed several banking courses in financial accounting, commercial lending, and tax analysis, and attended Westminster and graduated from Stanford Business Executive Leadership program.
Along her career path, she has always positioned herself as a leader by example, through formal mentoring of other employees and through training of Executive Banking and Private Banking relationship managers. She has been involved with the bank’s formal Officer Development Program and Mentor Program. She has also helped advance women throughout the organization through serving on the steering committee for the Zions Bank Women’s Business Forum.
As a native Utahn, Stephanie Horne Clark believes in giving back to the community where she was raised—where she can today help make a difference in people’s lives. Since 2008, she has been a member of Intermountain Research and Medical Foundation's executive board and on the board of trustees of AMICUS, where she previously was president. She also chairs the board for Research and Education for LDS Hospital.
She also serves as a member of the Utah Food Bank’s board of directors, as a CUAC board member (assisting contemporary arts), is a member of the United Way Women’s Leadership Circle, and chaired Zions Bank’s United Way giving campaign.
She also served as a committee member for the American Cancer Foundation and a board member of Go Red.
In 2011, Stephanie Horne Clark was named among Utah Business magazine’s “40 Under 40.” She has been listed among Zions Bank’s “Top Women’s Banking Team” in American Banker magazine for several years.
She enjoys spending time with her family. She has recently enjoyed traveling internationally with her husband, Jordan, and intends to embark on future global adventures.