After growing up in Tulsa and attending The University of Oklahoma where he received a degree in Finance, Alan moved to Dallas in 2002 and started his banking career. He joined Liberty Capital Bank in 2013, eager for a chance to learn the entrepreneurial side of banking and now serves as Chief Executive Officer. Alan is passionate about mission work in Cuba. Through his involvement at Northwest Bible Church, he has led several trips to Cuba, most of which were to help a small network of house churches host a summer bible school for children. Alan enjoys being outdoors spending time with friends and family. Alan, his wife and their two children make their home in Lake Highlands.
Robin was raised in Oklahoma. After graduating with an MBA from Oklahoma State University, he moved to Dallas in 1978 to start his banking career. In 2011, Robin joined his longtime friend, Ben Cunningham, to assist in building a great culture and high-performance environment at Liberty Capital Bank. He leads our team of bankers to be a Servant2 our clients, our stockholders, our board and each other. Robin has been involved in a variety of leadership roles at The Cambridge School of Dallas, Royal Oaks Country Club and Salesmanship Club of Dallas. He and his wife have lived in Dallas for over 40 years and are most proud of their four adult children, their spouses and eight grandchildren.
A native of Amarillo, David attended Southern Methodist University and received a BBA in Finance, with a Minor in Performance - Trombone. He began his banking career in 1986 with InterFirst Bank Dallas (now Bank of America), working primarily in the energy lending group. In 1998, David joined Credit Agricole in Dallas as head of corporate underwriting for the Southwest Region and eventually the North and South America groups. In 2012, David was head of the Dallas energy lending team at Comerica and six years later joined Liberty Capital Bank. He serves on the Board of Directors and as Treasurer of KidLinks, a non-profit focused on improving the lives of children with intellectual disabilities through therapeutic musical. He also serves on the Board of the St. Nicholas Home, a state-licensed, full-time residence for adults with special needs. David remains active in music performance and enjoys traveling with his wife. They attend Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church, where their son participates in a Sunday respite program called Epiphany. He and his wife, Dana, have been married almost 30 years and have two grown children. As the father of a special needs son, David is active in the special needs community.
Travis attended Baylor University where he received a degree in Business before returning to Dallas where he was born and raised. He also earned his MBA from Southern Methodist University. In 2008, Travis began his career in banking as a mortgage loan officer at LegacyTexas. He joined Liberty Capital Bank eight years later. Travis is involved in TREC and the Exchange Club of Lake Highlands. He is an active member of Watermark Community Church. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, playing and listening to music, watching sports and camping. Travis has been married to his wife since 2011 and they live in Lake Highlands with their two young daughters.
Born and raised in Dallas, Kyle’s educational background includes a degree in Accounting from Oklahoma State University and a Masters in Accounting from The University of Texas at Dallas. He began his professional career in public accounting in 2015 as a tax consultant and became a licensed Certified Public Accountant (CPA), which represents the third generation of the Evans family to obtain their license. In 2018, he joined the team at Liberty Capital Bank. Kyle currently serves on the Board of the Young Professionals of the Risk Management Association of North Texas. In his free time, he enjoys cooking for family and friends, playing golf, and supporting his hometown team, the Dallas Stars.
After spending his childhood in Tulsa, OK, Ryan graduated from Furman University in South Carolina with a degree in Business. He’s also a graduate of the Southwestern Graduate School of Banking at Southern Methodist University. He began his banking career at The F&M Bank & Trust Company in 2011 after a four-year career in financial services. Six years later, Ryan joined the team at Liberty Capital Bank. He served on the Board of the Young Professionals of the Risk Management Association and is Immediate Past Board Chairman and current Board Member of Bryan's House—a project of Open Arms, Inc. He is an active member of Providence Presbyterian Church. Ryan and his wife, a Dallas native, have been married for eleven years. They have two young boys and currently reside in North Dallas. When he is not with his family, he loves to spend his free time on the tennis court or golf course.
Born in Dallas, Sarah spent her childhood growing up in New Mexico. After high school, she returned to Dallas to attend The University of Texas at Dallas where she graduated with a degree in Business. She began her banking career with Richardson Savings in 1982. As one of the original employees of Liberty Capital, Sarah joined the team one month after the bank was established in 2008. In addition to serving bank customers with her treasury management knowledge, she has earned the nickname of “Bank Mom” by all that she does from coordinating birthday celebrations to bank events. Her love of family is first and foremost in her life with her husband of 30 years and their grown son and daughter.
Jody was born in Tennessee, where she called home until her family moved to Texas when she was in the second grade. Even after relocating, she spent summers back in Tennessee where Jody made many of her favorite childhood memories. Jody began her career working at a credit union where discovered her passion for helping others and working with numbers. Having a very well-rounded background, she has spent time as a finance manager at a boat dealership, mortgage loan officer, interim construction lender, business banker and as a healthcare banking business development manager. She joined Liberty Capital Bank in 2020 and immediately hit the ground running. Jody and her husband currently reside in Plano, Texas. She is an advocate for special needs children after being blessed with her own daughter who joined their family years ago at age 10 through foster care. They also have three beloved fur children. She and her husband enjoy spending time at their ranch in West Texas and dining out with family and friends.
Tiffany attended Texas Tech University where she earned her degree in Advertising. After college, she returned to Dallas where she was born and raised to work for D Magazine. In 2009, she began her career in the financial services industry working for an asset-based lending company. In 2019, she joined the Liberty Capital Bank team. She has been involved in a variety of community and industry boards including serving as Chairman of The Young Risk Management Association of North Texas and the Risk Management Association of North Texas. She was on the Generation Heroes Board as well as the Heroes for Children 5k Committee. She currently serves on the Texas Tech Quarterly Business Briefing Committee which raises scholarship for DFW students enrolling in the school. She lives in Canyon Creek with her husband and two young daughters. They are members at Watermark Church in Dallas and enjoy spending time together and making memories with family and friends. In her spare time, you’ll find her coordinating playdates with her girls, going to comedy shows with her husband and watching her Red Raiders.
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