In this role Curtis is responsible for creating strategic direction critical to implementing a virtual, simplistic, employee-centered ecosystem that systematically and seamlessly connects all parts of the Bank’s learning and development activities.
He has nearly 20 years of experience designing Talent Strategies and shaping Learning organizations. Prior to his current role, Curtis was head of Learning and Development for U.S. Bank’s Mortgage Servicing and Lending Services Division. Before joining U.S. Bank in 2017, he served in a number of leadership roles including Assistant Vice President of Leadership and Organizational Development for Mr. Cooper (formerly known as Nationstar Mortgage), Assistant Vice President-Director of Servicing Training for Homeward Residential and Vice President of Training and Development for Bank of America Home Loans (formerly known as Countrywide Home Loans).
Curtis has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Business Management from Stephen F. Austin State University and is certified in many disciplines including Meyer’s Briggs MBTI and FIRO-B, PDI 360 Coaching, and Prosci Change Management. He resides in DeSoto, TX with his wife and three children.