JCB recently announced seven promotions from within various departments of the bank.
Robin Collingsworth has been promoted to AVP, retail loan officer. She joined JCB in April 2016 with 11 years of financial institution experience. She is active with the Bedford Board of Realtors, Bedford Chamber of Commerce and Bedford Police department.
Joe Green has been promoted to AVP, facilities and purchasing. He joined JCB in August 2008. In his 11-year JCB career, he has held additional positions in retail loan collections and the trust department before stepping into his current role of facilities and purchasing Officer.
Brenda Habenicht has been promoted to AVP, retail loan officer. She joined JCB in June 2007 as the North Vernon loan production office leader and collaborates with many community and civic leaders.
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Julie Kloote has been promoted to AVP, senior commercial analyst. She began her JCB career in July 2012 as a commercial analyst and in 2016 was promoted to officer. She is a graduate of Western Kentucky University and Leadership Jackson County.
Kelley Rice has been promoted to an officer in employee relations. Her JCB career started in May 2014 as the branch operations coordinator. In 2016, she transitioned to the employee relations administrator. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University and is a 2019 Leadership Jackson County graduate.
Kim Stein has been promoted to AVP, internal audit/BSA officer. She attended Ivy Tech Community College and in 2009 obtained the certified regulatory compliance manager designation. In addition to extensive audit and BSA experience, her more than 35 years of experience includes branch administration, compliance and trust.
Amanda Young has been promoted to AVP, retail loan officer. She joined JCB in May 2017 as a retail loan officer. She earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Evansville, completed the IMBA Future Leaders training program in 2017 and is a 2019 Leadership Bartholomew County graduate. She is active in the JCB community by getting involved with activities and organizations such as CARS and as an ambassador with the Columbus Chamber of Commerce.
"These promotions are well-deserved and earned by superior performance, leadership and commitments to JCB’s core values," said Marvin Veatch, president and chief executive officer of JCB, which is based in Seymour.