Leadership Team

Sam L. Susser
Chairman and CEO

• Former President and CEO of Susser Holdings Corporation and led the growth from a five-store operation to a $6.7 billion enterprise, becoming a member of the Fortune 500 and employed over 12,000
• Chairman and CEO of Corpus Christi Athletic Club
• Chair of the Advisory Board of Advisory Research Partners Fund
• Chairman of the Governor’s University Research Initiative and Executive Committee/Secretary of Texas 2036
• Serves on the Executive Committee of the Board of Visitors of MD Anderson and the Board of Southwestern Medical Foundation and is Vice Chair of The UT PAC. Past Chair of UT Development Board and Driscoll Children’s Health System
• Member of Edwin L. Cox School of Business Executive Board and UT Austin’s McCombs School of Business Advisory Board

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Julie L. Anderson
Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer

• Joined Susser Bank in 2023 with operational oversight of accounting, finance, risk management, technology and information security, legal and human resources
• Brings more than 30 years of banking and finance experience including 23 years at Texas Capital Bank
• Currently active in organizations focused on higher education and providing scholarships to worthy students, many of whom are first-generation college students. President of the University of North Texas Kuehne Speaker Series Board and member of the University of North Texas Ryan College of Business Dean’s Advisory Board

Bennett F. Carter
Executive Vice President, Chief Credit Officer

• A member of the Susser Bank team since 2007
• Offers nearly 40 years of banking experience to the Bank and our clients
• Has served as a past board member of the Arlington Chamber of Commerce, Boys and Girls Clubs of Arlington and Arlington Children Charities

Carl Cravens
Executive Vice President, Chief Lending Officer

• A member of Susser Bank’s Executive Leadership Team since 2018 with more than 25 years in the banking industry
• Previously served as Regional President of Southwest Bank
• An active community contributor, has served on several Arlington-based boards including those for Texas Health Resources Finance Committee, Arlington Memorial Hospital, The Greater Arlington Chamber of Commerce and the Arlington Conventions and Visitors Bureau

Lisanne Davidson
Senior Vice President, Chief Counsel

• Joined Susser Bank as Chief Counsel in 2018 with more than 30 years experience providing legal counsel to financial institutions
• Received her JD from the University of Utah College of Law
• Former director of the Southwest Association of Bank Counsel and has been named a Power Attorney by the Fort Worth Business Press

William Griffin
Executive Vice President, Houston President

• Joined Susser Bank in 2021 to help lead growth in the Houston market
• Brings 32 years of banking experience from Bank of America and Texas Capital Bank
• Currently serves on the Board of the Children’s Museum of Houston, the Advisory Council of the UT MS Finance Program and the UT System Chancellor’s Council Executive Committee

Mark Metcalfe
Executive Vice President, Central and South Texas Commercial Banking

• Joined Susser Bank in 2021 to lead growth in the South and Central Texas regions
• Offers more than 30 years’ banking experience with Wells Fargo, previously SouthTrust and Wachovia
• Actively serves the Austin and San Antonio communities for organizations including the Witte Museum, San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, San Antonio Economic Development Foundation, UT Austin’s McCombs School of Business and Opportunity Austin’s Economic Development Council

Kim Vincent
Senior Vice President, Human Resources Director

• Brings more than 25 years of human resources experience to the Susser Bank team
• Has maintained her PHR since 2004 and her SHRM-CP since 2015
• An active member of local and national SHRM chapters for nearly 20 years and a volunteer for The HRSouthwest Conference since 2011

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