Executive Leadership

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Claire W. Tucker

Director, Chief Executive Officer and President, Capstar Financial Holdings, INC.

Ms. Tucker serves as President and Chief Executive Officer for CapStar Financial Holdings, Inc. Ms. Tucker was one of the founders of CapStar Bank in 2007 and has four decades of experience in the banking industry. She started her banking career in 1975 at First American National Bank and was named its President of Corporate Banking in 1996. When First American National Bank was sold to AmSouth in 1999, she became a Senior Executive Vice President in charge of commercial banking for AmSouth, which had commercial banking activities in six Southeastern states and New York. In 2011, Ms. Tucker was appointed by the Federal Reserve Bank for the Sixth District to a three-year term (and is now serving her second three-year term) for the Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council, or CDIAC. In the first term, she served as the Sixth District representative to the national CDIAC board, which was presided over by Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke. In 2017, she began an appointment to a three-year term on the board of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.

Ms. Tucker is a board member of Ingram Entertainment and has been a member of its executive committee since its founding in 1997. She currently serves on the boards of Belmont University and the Nashville Entrepreneur Center. She has chaired the board of the Tennessee Performing Arts Center and numerous other boards, including the boards of the Nashville Ballet, Nashville’s Table, St. Luke’s Community House and Tennessee Wesleyan College. She was a member of the inaugural board of directors for the Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation, serving as chair of the finance and audit committees. A member of the Leadership Nashville class of 1996, Ms. Tucker holds an undergraduate degree from Tennessee Wesleyan College and an M.B.A from the University of Tennessee, and she completed the Stonier Graduate School of Banking at Rutgers University. We believe Ms. Tucker’s extensive leadership and governance experience in the banking industry and thorough knowledge of our business have given her valuable insight and enable her to make significant contributions as a member of our board.

Dan W. Hogan

Dan W. Hogan

Chief Executive Officer, Capstar Bank

Dan W. Hogan is Chief Executive Officer for CapStar Bank. Dan began his career in 1985 as a Management Trainee with National Bank of Commerce in Memphis, Tennessee. He held numerous key leadership positions at NBC in retail and commercial banking with his final position being Regional President when the company was sold to SunTrust in 2004.

Dan joined Fifth Third Bank in 2005 as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Tennessee affiliate. Less than two years later, he was promoted to Regional President for Fifth Third and assumed responsibility for banking operations in Kentucky and Tennessee and its expansion into Georgia.

Dan is a past member of the board of directors of the Nashville Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. He serves on the boards of the Boy Scouts of Middle Tennessee, Nashville Sports Council, Nashville Downtown Partnership, and Habitat for Humanity. Dan is a member of the Downtown Nashville Rotary Club and completed Leadership Nashville in 2006 and Leadership Knoxville in 1999. He received a B.S. degree in finance and banking from the University of Arkansas and graduated from the Graduate Banking School of the South at Louisiana State University.

Mr. Hogan received a bachelor’s degree in finance and banking from the University of Arkansas and graduated from the Graduate Banking School of the South at Louisiana State University.

Rob Anderson

Rob Anderson

Chief Financial Officer and Chief Administrative Officer, CapStar Financial Holdings, Inc. and CapStar Bank

Mr. Anderson is Chief Financial Officer and Chief Administrative Officer for CapStar Financial Holdings, Inc. and CapStar Bank. He joined the bank in December 2012 and brings more than two decades of leadership experience in the financial sector. Mr. Anderson spent several years with Bank of America and held several different roles, including as Chief Financial Officer of the business banking segment. Additionally, Mr. Anderson was Chief Financial Officer for Capital One’s Commercial Bank. Mr. Anderson earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from The Ohio State University and an M.B.A. in finance from Pepperdine University, and he is a certified public accountant (inactive). He is a graduate of the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business executive education series.

Derek Wiseman

Derek Wiseman

Human Resources Director, Capstar Bank

Derek Wiseman is Senior Vice President, Human Resources Director for CapStar, and brings years of professional experience in various industries. Derek spent nearly a decade as Director of Compensation and HRIS for Gaylord Entertainment, where he was a key leader in the creation and execution of the organization's human capital strategy. He has also held key Human Resources leadership positions at WebMD Envoy (now Emdeon) and Dell Computer, as well as having spent a number of years in consulting.

A native of Florida, Derek graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of South Florida in Tampa, and earned an M.A. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology at Middle Tennessee State University, where he was Industrial/Organizational Graduate Student of the Year. Derek and his wife have one son and live in West Nashville; he is also an accomplished drummer and avid runner.

Chris Tietz

Chris Tietz

Chief Credit Officer, CapStar Bank

Mr. Tietz was hired as Chief Credit Officer of CapStar Bank in March 2016. Mr. Tietz has more than 31 years of banking experience starting as a trainee of First American National Bank in Nashville in 1985 and rising to the position of Executive Vice President and Regional Senior Credit Officer for First American’s West Tennessee Region including oversight of credit functions for private banking, business banking, middle-market, and corporate banking functions. Subsequent to his positions at First American, Mr. Tietz held various Chief Credit Officer roles at banks in the Midwest including at First Place Bank in Ohio from 2011 to 2012. From 2012 to 2016 he was Chief Credit Officer of FSG Bank in Chattanooga, Tennessee. His experience includes capital raising activities, asset quality resolution, development of lending initiatives to achieve quality asset growth, and management and resolution of regulatory actions. Mr. Tietz holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Alabama.