Tiffany Santagati

  • Tiffany Santagati is a native of Beaufort, SC. Tiffany currently serves as the Senior Vice President, PULSE Center Executive at Southern First Bank. In this position, she is responsible for creating, communicating, and driving the vision while directing and supporting several key teams including Client Services Support, Teller Operations, and the PULSE Center. During her career, she has held numerous positions, primarily with BB&T bank including Financial Center Leader, Retail Loan Processing Manager and Regional Mortgage Processing Manager for the Upstate and Midlands Regions of South Carolina. She holds a Bachelors in Psychology from USC-Upstate and a Master’s in Business Administration from Webster University at Greenville Campus.

    Tiffany believes in giving back to her community and has had the honor of volunteering for numerous community organizations throughout her years in Greenville. Her most recent volunteer commitments consist of serving on the board of the SC Children’s Trust, American Red Cross Upstate Board, and United Way African American Leadership Greenville Council. Some of her previous volunteer commitments have included United Way Community Impact Cabinet and Program Investment Team, USC-Upstate Foundation Board, Greenville Chamber – Board of Governors, Leadership Issue Series, Leadership Greenville Curriculum committee, and PULSE Chair, Greenville Forward Inclusion Task Force Chair, Upstate Network – Urban League of the Upstate, Centre Stage and YWCA of Greenville Board.

    She is a graduate of Leadership Greenville-Class 35, Diversity Leaders Initiative-Class 12 and BB&T’s Banking School at Wake Forest.   In addition, she has been honored by Greenville News Link Who’s Next in 2007, Best and Brightest under 35 by Greenville Business Magazine in 2009, Top 25 Most Beautiful Woman in Greenville by Talk Magazine in 2011, Top 10 Young Professional of the year by Talented Tenth Greenville Conference in 2013 and Top 40 under 40 in the state of South Carolina by the Black Pages in 2014.  She is passionate about having an inclusive and open environment where all people can thrive and be successful.