Dan Ellinor is chief operating officer of BOK Financial Corporation, a top 25 U.S. based financial services company. His responsibilities include management of all aspects of the company’s commercial banking activities, including those in its market division banks and in specialty areas, such as energy, commercial real estate, corporate banking, healthcare, and treasury services. He is also responsible for TransFund, the eighth largest ATM network in the U.S.
Ellinor joined BOK Financial in 2003, after serving in several senior level positions in the Texas banking industry for more than 20 years. Most recently, he served as senior executive vice president and oversaw commercial banking in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Albuquerque and Arizona.
Very active in the community, Ellinor served as the chairman of the board of the Tulsa Area United Way in 2011 and served as the campaign chairman in 2010. He continues to serve on that board, as well as on the board for Tulsa Community Foundation and Philbrook Museum of Art. He is also a trustee of Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary.
Throughout his career, Ellinor has served in leadership positions at a number of charitable organizations, including the Tulsa Regional Chamber, Dallas Center for the Performing Arts, Dallas Citizens Council, Dallas Housing Authority and was chairman of the North Dallas Chamber of Commerce.