Scott Coble

Scott M. Coble serves as Lead Region President for Florida at Wells Fargo, where he oversees more than 8,400 team members and nearly 650 branches across the state.

A 31-year veteran with Wells Fargo, Coble started his career as a consumer banking associate in Charlotte, and since then, he has spent the majority of his tenure in leadership positions throughout the Southeast.

Based in Jacksonville, Coble serves as a member of the United Way of Northeast Florida’s Board of Trustees, a member of the Florida Council of 100, a board member with the Boy Scouts of America North Florida Council, and an executive committee member of Operation New Hope. He also has served as a founding board member of City Year Jacksonville, a member of the Board of Directors for the Florida Bankers Association and South Florida’s Beacon Council.

As part of his continued commitment to the community, Coble has been an active supporter of the March of Dimes, serving as a local board chair. For the past four years, he has participated in the March for Babies Volunteer Leadership National Conference as a speaker.

Coble successfully led the first Wells Fargo “place-based initiative” in Florida, a project that established the Historic Springfield Community Center to further financial education, small business growth, home ownership and non-profit involvement in the Historic Springfield community of Jacksonville.

He is a graduate of Clemson University where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Financial Management.

Coble is married to Melody, and they have five children. He also enjoys his most rewarding role as Addison Grace’s grandfather.

"I chose to join the board of Operation New Hope because people deserve the opportunity to pursue their dreams and move past their involvement with the criminal justice system. The reality is that many lack the support, counseling, and training they need to turn their dreams into reality. Operation New Hope provides structure and a plan to help change lives and strengthen families and communities."

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