Chantel Chase



Layton, Utah (USA)

Chantel Chase began her lifelong dream of being a banker right after high school and more than 20 years later is still living it! Chantel is the Director of Zions Bancorporation's Business Banking Loan Center where she gets to work with phenomenal bankers every day and help businesses get access to capital! Recognized on American Banker's I Most Powerful Women: Next List in 2018 it was said of her, “Chantel is an innovator and a collaborator. Her energy and can-do attitude, along with big-picture thinking, make her a force to be reckoned with." Chantel is a life-long learner and received her bachelor's degree in Professional Sales from Weber State University and is on track to graduate with her MBA this fall!  She is married to local artist; Doug Chase and they are the proud parents of three children. 

Chantel values being engaged in her community and as such has served as chair of Davis Chamber Executive Board, is currently a member of their governing board, and past Chair of Women in Business. Chantel has also served as Vice Chair of Women's Business Forum of the Salt Lake Chamber and is a graduate of Leadership Utah. She was recognized with the prestigious Athena Award in 2017 which is a national recognition given to someone who has demonstrated excellence in their profession, improves quality of life for others in the community, and assists women in realizing their full leadership potential. Most recently Chantel was recognized by Zions Bancorporation in 2021 with the “Excellence…It Starts With Me" award presented by Zions Bank for the role her team played in supporting small businesses through PPP.  She is a fierce advocate for small business having grown up the daughter of a small business owner. She knows firsthand the impact we as bankers can have in helping our business community and as an extension families succeed.  

She loves reading, hiking, and vacationing anywhere there is sunshine. Chantel lives but the advice of Sir Winston Churchill who said, “We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give."