Aleta Stampley

Aleta Stampley

Vice President, Community Development Officer
Tolleson Private Bank
1 years at Tolleson 28 years in the industry

Aleta Stampley serves as Vice President, Community Development Officer for Tolleson Private Bank. She is the primary point of contact and relationship manager for place-based community development in the Dallas market. Supporting the Tolleson Private Bank’s Community Reinvestment Act, she is active in coordinating key community relationships between the bank and its employees.

Prior to joining Tolleson, Aleta was the former Head of Impact in the External Affairs Division at Capital One. She joined Capital One in 2016 and led an outstanding group of CSR professionals committed to delivering on the organization’s socio-economic mobility commitment in the areas of financial wellness, income generation, essential services, and racial equity across New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Greater Washington, Louisiana, Texas, and Oklahoma.

Aleta is the former Director of K-12 Education and Community Relations for Texas Instruments, responsible for developing and driving the overall strategy, execution, and evaluation of all K-12 Education Programs supported by Texas Instruments. She previously spent 16 years at Bank of America (BAC) as a Community Relations Senior Vice President where she managed Philanthropic, Community Development, and Associate Volunteer Programs for the 20,000+ employees in the North Texas Region.

Aleta is an active member of the Dallas community and has played a key role in the support of numerous organizations including Reading Partners, Big Thought, COMMIT, the Dallas Regional Chamber Education Advisory Board, and Teach for America. She is a 2019 graduate of both the David Rockefeller Fellows Program in NYC and University of Virginnia Executive Leadership Program. She is a former member of the North Texas Super Bowl Host Committee and was the 2008 Fund Development Chair of The Real Estate Council Foundation and 2008 chair of the Leadership Dallas Alumni Board. Aleta graduated from Washington University St. Louis School of Fine Art, where she majored in both Advertising Design and Illustration.