Banks promoted to Nevada REALTORS® CEO

August 01, 2023

Tiffany Banks has been promoted from general counsel to CEO of the statewide Nevada REALTORS®. 

Banks has been an attorney in Nevada since 2011, including a decade with Nevada REALTORS®. A Northern Nevada native, she is a graduate of Arizona State University and the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego.

“Tiffany has served as our corporate counsel for a decade and has worked alongside us on the most critical issues facing our industry, advocating on all levels and cultivating future leaders for the real estate profession in Nevada,” 2023 NVR President Tom Blanchard said. “She has strong relationships with key stakeholders in the real estate and legal industries. She has been an integral part of the evolution of many of the programs Nevada REALTORS® have today. Her knowledge of our association is critical as we navigate through these times.”

Banks is active in her community and industry. Since joining NVR in 2013, she has been recognized as a leader in her field, including for her role in advocating for private property rights in Nevada, for developing and coordinating NVR’s Leadership Academy Program and for representing NVR at national events. Among her accomplishments, she has earned the Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation from the American Society of Association Executives, as well as the REALTOR® Association Certified Executive (RCE) designation, which recognizes exceptional efforts made by REALTOR® association executives nationwide.

She was a founding board advisor for The Most Influential Women of the Sierra Nevada and the nonprofit Mamas for a Cause and has served as a board member for local charities, including the Young Professionals Committee for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern Nevada.

She is the young lawyer liaison for the American Bar Association Real Property Section and serves on the board of directors for the Nevada chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) and been a speaker at global ACC Foundation events.