Bryan Clagett

Director of Strategic Initiatives

Bryan is focused on driving revenue growth in the multibillion-dollar bank and credit union asset class that desire new strategies of engagement with high-value households and businesses, and productive engagement and collaboration with fintech and finserv organizations.

Prior to joining StrategyCorps, Bryan was CMO and investor at Geezeo, a fintech company that worked with over 500 FIs to help them monetize digital banking. (Geezeo is now owned by Jack Henry & Associates.) Before the fintech world, Bryan was EVP of client development at a nationally known branding firm, focused on financial services.

Bryan has a wealth of banking experience in the areas of corporate and retail marketing, e-commerce, business development and product management at several financial institutions.

He has been a presenter for numerous credit union leagues, American Banker, CUES, NAFCU, The American Bankers Association, and several technology firm client conferences. He is the incoming Chairman of The Center for Child and Family Services. Bryan is also on the Advisory Board for Procurity, a Fintech TaaS firm based in Denver and BLIP, a bill pay start-up.

Bryan holds a BA from New England College. In addition to graduate studies in marketing, he is a Six Sigma professional.

Brian Clagett

Director of Strategic Initiatives

Bryan is focused on driving revenue growth in the multibillion-dollar bank and credit union asset class that desire new strategies of engagement with high-value households and businesses, and productive engagement and collaboration with fintech and finserv organizations.

Prior to joining StrategyCorps, Bryan was CMO and investor at Geezeo, a fintech company that worked with over 500 FIs to help them monetize digital banking. (Geezeo is now owned by Jack Henry & Associates.) Before the fintech world, Bryan was EVP of client development at a nationally known branding firm, focused on financial services.

Bryan has a wealth of banking experience in the areas of corporate and retail marketing, e-commerce, business development and product management at several financial institutions.

He has been a presenter for numerous credit union leagues, American Banker, CUES, NAFCU, The American Bankers Association, and several technology firm client conferences. He is the incoming Chairman of The Center for Child and Family Services. Bryan is also on the Advisory Board for Procurity, a Fintech TaaS firm based in Denver and BLIP, a bill pay start-up.

Bryan holds a BA from New England College. In addition to graduate studies in marketing, he is a Six Sigma professional.

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