Leo Toca is Vice President – Senior Social Impact & Sustainability Specialist with Wells Fargo managing the South Florida region. He has been with Wells Fargo since 2009 and assumed his current role in March 2021. Leo mobilize Wells Fargo resources to maximize market leadership, team member engagement, and strategic investments to generate impactful community solutions.
He executes on enterprise-wide community programs and initiatives to promote and enhance the well-being of the communities we serve in the following focus areas: Housing Affordability, Small Business Growth, Financial Health and Sustainability. He develops and maintains relationships with key community nonprofits, government agencies and elected officials as well as internal Wells Fargo leaders and partners in Community Relations, Corporate Communications, Marketing, Government Relations, Risk/Compliance, Community Lending and Investment, Mortgage Market Outreach and Diverse Segments Representation and Inclusion.
Prior to joining Wells Fargo, Leo served as the Community Development Program Manager for JPMorgan Chase in New York. Leo’s career stretches more than twenty-four years in banking; including areas of Community Development, Community Relations and the Foundation. He has received numerous awards and recognition for his dedication and service and has been featured in several publications including Miami Today and Long Island Hispanic Magazine.
Leo has served on several local boards including Neighborhood Housing Services of South Florida, Overtown Youth Center and ACCION East. In 2011, he completed the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Leadership Miami program and was awarded the 2011 Sales and Service award from Wells Fargo for his dedication to the community.
Leo earned a BA in Economics from Fordham University and a Carroll School of Management Certificate in Corporate Community Relations from Boston College. He was a six-year member of the national Wells Fargo Diversity and Inclusion Council.