Reba Dominski

Chief Social Responsibility Officer and President of the U.S. Bank Foundation
U.S. Bank

U.S. Bancorp Experience
Reba joined U.S. Bancorp in June of 2015 as the President of the U.S. Bank Foundation and SVP of Corporate Social Responsibility. In 2017, she was promoted to Chief Social Responsibility Officer and in 2019 to EVP, Chief Social Responsibility Officer. Reba leads U.S. Bank community efforts to maximize social, environmental, employee and business impact She leads the U.S. Bank Foundation, volunteerism, environmental sustainability, community affairs and financial education strategy. She also leads the bank’s Community Reinvestment Act activities focused on lending, serving and investing in low to moderate income communities.

Other Experience
Reba was with Target Corporation for 21 years serving in a variety of roles, including Divisional in Sourcing and Director of Merchandise Planning. Most recently, she was a Senior Director of Community Relations, where she was responsible for leading Target’s Education Initiatives. Reba led Target’s efforts to give $1 Billion to education focused on improving literacy rates, providing schools with the resources they need and helping to close the opportunity gap in America.

Reba chairs the Pollen Midwest Board of Directors, co-chairs the Leadership Council of Generation Next, and co-chairs the Minnesota Business Coalition for Racial Equity. She also chairs the Greater Twin Cities United Way Advancement Committee and serves on the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of the Greater Twin Cities United Way. Reba is a member of the Board of Directors of Make A Wish and the Quell Foundation.

Ms. Dominski earned her B.A. in English and graduated with honors from the University of Michigan.

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