December 20, 2021

Meet Nina Anderson


Nina Anderson is River City Bank’s Vice President, Credit Manager and oversees a team of commercial credit analysts. Her team is charged with analyzing an individual or a businesses’ financial information, along with other factors like the industry outlook and current economic environment, to determine the risk involved in lending money or extending credit.

Here, the UC Davis alumnae talks with us about giving it your all, finding a creative outlet, and how running keeps her centered while holding distractions at bay.


Morning ritual: I typically try to squeeze in my run or a Pilates class. Then, coffee!

If you have an extra hour in the day, how would you spend it? Probably reading. Admittedly, I don’t make enough time for it as I’d like.

What is something people would be surprised to know about you? I love to run! I ran competitively in high school and for a short stint at UC Davis, and it has become a hobby ever since. I ran my first full marathon in 2019 (shout out to Ken and Riley at RCB for encouraging me to sign up!), and I’m currently training for my second one. People may be even more surprised to know that I don’t listen to music while I run. Without that distraction, running gives me a much-needed opportunity to think and reflect.

Nina and her Mom, Maria
Nina and her Mom, Maria

What is your current state of mind? Heading into the holiday season, I am feeling extra thankful.

What do you consider the most overrated virtue? Patience. While I do think it’s necessary in some cases, I also think it leads to a lot of wasted time and opportunities.

What do you like best about working at River City Bank? I love working for a company that holds true to its values. We employ the very best, which allows us to deliver exceptional customer service and work toward ambitious goals. I can’t wait to see where we are in the next five years.

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