Stacy Dyer, Alliance Association Bank

Stacy Dyer

CMCA, AMS, Senior Managing Director, HOA
North Carolina and South Carolina

(843) 637-7181

Stacy Dyer is originally from the Detroit Metro area of Michigan. While living in Michigan she received her Bachelor of Science in Urban and Regional Planning and her Master of Science in Urban and Regional Planning from Eastern Michigan University. Stacy started working in the residential-land planning arena in 2003 as a project manager in land acquisitions.

In 2006 Stacy moved to South Carolina and joined the Centex Homes team as an entitlements and land acquisition project manager. A year later, Stacy became the assistant director of community associations for Centex Homes. As the assistant director, Stacy started to become more knowledgeable and experienced in the day-to-day operations of community associations. She represented Centex as the board president or vice president for 33 homeowner associations. In 2008 Stacy joined the Abbott Enterprises team as the regional manager of the Coastal Carolina division and was responsible for the business development and oversight of the operations for the coastal division. While working at Abbott Enterprises, Stacy also received her CMCA (Certified Manager of Community Associations) and AMS (Association Management Specialist).

Stacy joined Alliance Association Bank in 2009 and serves as senior managing director of HOA banking. Stacy is active in both the North Carolina and South Carolina CAI chapters and is currently serving as a committee member of the Tri-Counties RAC of the South Carolina CAI Chapter. Because of Stacy’s professional background, education and commitment to the industry, she helps bring a different level of knowledge and experiences to management companies and community associations.

About Us

Alliance Association Bank, a division of Western Alliance Bank, provides financing solutions to the growing community management and homeowner association industries with an unmatched level of expertise and responsiveness. Catering to the needs of the homeowner association industry, the organization offers a wide range of innovative products and services designed to create efficiencies, reduce costs and increase revenue. The division’s team of leading professionals has significant industry experience, manages more than $3 billion in deposits and has structured and closed over $450 million in loans. Western Alliance Bank, Member FDIC, is the primary subsidiary of Phoenix-based Western Alliance Bancorporation, one of the country’s top-performing banking companies. Western Alliance has ranked in the top 10 on the Forbes “Best Banks in America” list for five consecutive years, 2016-2020. A national presence with a regional footprint, Western Alliance Bank operates individually branded, full-service banking divisions and has offices in key markets nationwide.