Reba Dominski is senior executive vice president, chief social responsibility officer of U.S. Bancorp and president of the U.S. Bank Foundation. Reba leads the company’s efforts to maximize social and environmental impact, including ESG, community affairs and engagement, financial education and the Community Reinvestment Act. Recently, she led the successful negotiation of the largest community benefits plan in banking history, a $100 billion commitment over five years to increase access to capital in low- to moderate-income communities and communities of color. She serves on the Managing Committee, which is comprised of the senior-most executives within the organization.
Reba joined U.S. Bancorp in June of 2015 as president of the U.S. Bank Foundation and senior vice president of corporate social responsibility. Before joining U.S. Bancorp, Reba spent 21 years with Target Corporation in leadership positions in sourcing, merchandising, merchandise planning and operations before moving to Target’s CSR team, where she served as senior director of education and community relations and led Target’s $1 billion commitment to education.
Reba serves on the boards of Make-A-Wish America and the Quell Foundation and on the advisory committee of the Minnesota Business Coalition for Racial Equity. She earned her bachelor’s degree in English and graduated with honors from the University of Michigan.