Lo B. Nestman
Lo B. Nestman began his career with Zions Bank as a teller in 2000 while pursuing his college degree. Today, his business cards read “region president.” In that role, he is responsible for profitability and operations of eight financial centers, primarily along the Wasatch Back. Between 2000 and now, Lo held a variety of leadership roles within Zions Bank, including consumer lending officer, Internet branch assistant manager, mortgage sales manager, regional sales manager, area president and retail lending manager.
A graduate of the University of Utah, Lo is involved in several local civic, philanthropic and business organizations. He is currently serving on the Kimball Art Center Board and the United Way Young Leaders Board and the Intermountain Healthcare Foundation Board. Previously he served as chair of both the Downtown Provo Inc. and his local Habitat for Humanity chapter, on the Thanksgiving Point Board of Advisors, and the Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce Board of Governors. He also lends his time and talent to coach youth soccer and basketball teams.