Yolanda Davila
PNC Bank

Senior Vice President, CD Banking Territory Executive

At PNC, Davila is responsible for the team dedicated to improving low- and moderate-income communities across the bank’s southwest footprint encompassing the states of Texas, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona.

Davila, who has almost 10 years of experience with PNC and BBVA USA, most recently served as the Community Development Market Manager for Texas, where she led a team charged with managing Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) performance, volunteerism, community giving, and community lending and investment efforts statewide. In her new role, she is also responsible for leading the regional implementation of PNC’s $88 billion Community Benefits Plan.

Prior to her role at BBVA, she was a Texas Legislative Budget Board senior analyst for ten years where she worked with various stakeholders including members of the legislature, state and local agencies, and state service recipients. Her work duties included fiscal analysis of legislative bills, monitoring compliance of state agency program policies and statutory code, testifying in hearings, and publishing performance evaluations of state agency programs.

Davila lives in Austin, TX and is the immediate past chair of the board of PeopleFund, and currently serves as past chair of the Economic Growth Business Incubator, the board of LiftFund, the Austin regional board chair of IDEA Public Schools, roundtable member of the Texas Association of CDCs, and community advisory committee member of the National Alliance of Community Economic Development Associations. She has previously chaired the boards of Foundation Communities, an affordable housing nonprofit, and the Workers Defense Project.

Born and raised in El Paso, TX, she is a first-generation college graduate and received a B.A. in Political Science from Williams College, Massachusetts, and a MP Affairs from the LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of Texas in Austin.