Linda Nosegbe of Auburn Hills Named VP of National Community Impact at Comerica Bank

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Courtesy of Comerica Inc.

Comerica Inc., headquartered in Dallas, has named Linda Nosegbe, vice president of Southeast external affairs market manager, to the position of vice president of national community impact manager in the firms Detroit office.

In her role, Nosegbe will help lead Comerica’s public purpose and community impact investments. This includes the bank’s support for minority depository institutions (MDI), community development financial institutions (CDFI), and oversight of special community impact projects designed to enhance our communities.

“Comerica’s greatest investments are the ones strengthening our communities and Linda has demonstrated a deep understanding of our commitment to positively impact the communities we serve,” says Irvin Ashford Jr, chief community officer.

“With her leadership we will continue to remain engaged with organizations and nonprofits to provide the necessary support that provides opportunities for all members of our communities.”

In 2021, Comerica originated more than 700 community and economic development loans totaling more than $2.5 billion directed towards affordable housing for low- to moderate-income (LMI) individuals and communities, community services targeted to LMI individuals and communities, economic development, and revitalizing or stabilizing LMI areas.

Nosegbe’s experience in banking spans nearly 25 years, 14 of those coming at Comerica. In her most recent role, she was integral in activating Comerica’s community initiatives across Southeast Michigan.

She joined Comerica in 2008 as consumer operation analyst team lead and continued to excel, holding a variety of roles with increasing scope and responsibility. Prior to joining Comerica, Nosegbe served in various roles at ABN AMRO and Flagstar Bank, where she began her financial services career.

Nosegbe received her bachelor’s degree from Baker College, and master’s degree from Walsh College.