Tracey Morant Adams is an Executive Vice President and Chief Community Development & Corporate Social Responsibility Officer for Renasant Bank. Ms. Morant Adams has served in this capacity for the Bank since the fall of 2013. She is responsible for leading and directing the development of community programs and initiatives throughout Renasant’s corporate footprint which support economic and community development. Additionally as a divisional leader, she sits on the company’s Senior Leaders Roundtable to guide and support diversity and inclusion efforts for the company. A native Alabamian, Ms. Morant Adams received her Bachelors in Business Management and Marketing from the University of Montevallo and a Master’s of Business Administration from Samford University. Currently, she is a Doctoral student at Alabama State University pursuing a PhD in Educational Leadership, Policy, Law and Research.
Ms. Morant Adams is involved in a number of professional organizations including the National Association of Female Executives, The Links, Incorporated, Birmingham Kiwanis, The Women’s Network of Birmingham, and Samford University Brock School of Business Advisory Board. She also serves on the Talladega College Board of Trustees and on various other civic boards including the YWCA of Greater Birmingham, The McWane Science Center, The Women’s Fund of Greater Birmingham, the Board of Directors for United Way of Central Alabama and The Southern Area Executive Committee for The Links, Incorporated. She is a 2008 graduate of Leadership Birmingham, a 2009 graduate of MOMENTUM Leadership, and a 2014 graduate of Leadership Shelby County. Tracey is a Life Member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.
Ms. Morant Adams has received numerous awards for her community and economic development influence, including being recognized as the “Jessie Lewis Small Business Advocate of the Year” by the Birmingham Business Alliance, saluted as an NAACP “Woman of Distinction, “A Smart Female Leader” by The Women’s Fund of Greater Birmingham, and a finalist for the 2017 A. G. Gaston Community Servant Award by the Birmingham Business Resource Center. As an advocate for economic parity, she is an advisor to the Building Alabama Reinvestment (BAR) Association an affiliation of the National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC).
Tracey, an avid reader, enjoys traveling with her husband Jeff Adams to new and exciting places and spending quality time with her stepson, JJ and her mother, Mrs. Callie W. Morant of Sylacauga, Alabama.