Enterprise Bank & Trust
Jeff Carson Senior Vice President, Director of C&I Lending KC 913-234-6426

C. Jeffrey Carson is a Senior Vice President, Relationship Manager and Director of Commercial & Industrial Lending for the Kansas City Region. He is based in Overland Park, KS. Jeff is responsible for overseeing clients’ commercial banking needs and developing new, mutually beneficial relationships for the bank.

Growing up in the business, Jeff is a fourth generation banker and has been in commercial banking in Kansas City for more than 15 years. Outside of working with his family's business, Jeff has spent half of his career with UMB Bank and was most recently with Intrust Bank for several years prior to joining Enterprise Bank & Trust in October of 2014.

Jeff attended Kansas State University where he earned a B.S. in Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance and a minor degree in Economics. Jeff is a 40 Under Forty honoree in Ingram's Business Magazine, a graduate of the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce, Centurions Leadership Program, and has authored a variety of articles for business and banking related publications. In 2015, Jeff was named one of the Kansas City Business Journal's "NextGen Leaders." This award is given to individuals who are in key leadership roles at their companies and in the community.

Currently, Jeff is a member of the United Way of Greater Kansas City Young Leader’s Society and is a Business Council and Steering Committee member for The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. He has recently served as vice chairman of the Board of Directors for the Children’s Therapeutic Learning Center and as a judge for the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business Celebration.

Jeff has been involved with more than a dozen other local organizations, including YouthFriends, Junior Achievement, The American Heart Association, The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, The Bacchus Foundation, Harvesters, The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception’s Pantry, The Downtown Council of Kansas City and Ban Johnson Baseball.