Women in Commercial Real Estate: Brandey Wimberley Orsag – Jefferson Bank

by | Sep 1, 2021 | Current Issue, Sep/Oct 21, Women in Business, Women in Commercial Real Estate | 0 comments

Brandey Wimberley-Orsag 

Executive Vice President and Commercial Lending Group Manager

Jefferson Bank

Brandey Wimberley-Orsag is an Executive Vice President and Commercial Lending Group Manager at Jefferson Bank, celebrating her 25th anniversary at Jefferson Bank this year.

She is on SMU’s Southwestern Graduate School of Bankers (SWGSB) faculty, where she leads discussions on bank performance and overall bank management. Furthermore, she enjoys community outreach. She serves as a Director for Texas State University (TSU) Research and Development Foundation and their advisory council for the Department of Finance and Economics. Brandey has served as President of CREW-San Antonio, Board of Director of TSU Development Foundation, President of Kiwanis, President of WELEAD, and Founding Ambassador for ChildSafe San Antonio.

Brandey has been married for 23 years and is the proud mother of a daughter.​ She received her BBA in Finance at Texas State University, MBA from Incarnate Word, and a graduate degree in Banking from SWGSB at SMU.

Brandey Wimberley Orsag

borsag@jeffersonbank.com

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