American Financial Services Association

Elizabeth Webb

Elizabeth Webb

PeopleWomen's Leadership Council

Elizabeth Webb

WLC Chair Emeritus

Elizabeth was born and raised in San Antionio, Texas by deaf parents. She spent her entire career in the auto finance industry and retired in November 2017. She was the Exectuive Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer for Exeter Finance Corp. Previously, Elizabeth worked at AmeriCredit Corporation where she developed some of the most successful strategic alliances in the indsutry with banks, captives, major dealer groups and manufacters. She also held a Vice President position with WFS Fiancnial where she was instrumental in starting up operations in Texas. Elizabeth came up through she ranks at GMAC. She held numerous managmeent positions including credit oringinations, collections, and sales. She also managed every aspect of dealer relationship accoutns including wholesale floor plan, dealer inventory mangement, real estate, and working captial loans. Elizabeth served as Chair of the WLC in 2017 and as a board memebr of both the AFSA Vehicle Finance Division Board and Education Foundation.

Areas of Expertise
Marketing, Sales, Executive Partnership Development, Culture Leaderships

Areas of expertise upon which I would like to continue learning.
Culture in Business

What three keywords best describe you?
Optimistic, Driven, Passionate

Personal Motto
Never Give Up- Pursue and Achieve Goals

What are you passionate about?
Culture in the Workplace

What is something interesting about you that members might not know?
I love theatre and acting and I am on the board of the Casa Manana Theatre

Who has been a role model for you?
My mother, who was deaf, but did not let it stop her from being involved

What are you most proud of?
I don’t give up.

MENTORING
What would you say are the key success factors for a mentoring relationship?
Be open minded, caring and a good listener. Provide an optimistic outlook.

What advice would you give yourself as a young executive?
Always pursue your dreams and goals.

What do you know now that you wish you knew when you started your career?
How much fun it would be!