The first step in building an inclusive community? Engaging employees to help craft the cultural journey ahead. That’s where Community Bank started in 2021, and the path that followed was nothing short of exciting. Watch as Freddie Jacobs, Jr., CPA, and Maureen Gillan-Myer discuss our growing program and the priorities it has for the future.
Community Bank is excited to announce that Monticia Prather has been promoted to the company-wide role of Culture & Diversity Officer. Monticia will lead and oversee the continued progress of our Culture & Diversity Council to further the important work of Community Bank’s diversity and inclusion efforts.
After joining Community Bank as a part-time teller in March 2017, Monticia soon moved into a full-time position and was accepted into the Manager-In-Training program. Over the next two years, she filled many roles while working with people at all levels in the organization. In June 2020, she was appointed branch manager of our Plattsburgh office. We’re excited to see what she has in store for the Culture & Diversity program. Congratulations, Monticia!
Woman’s Equality Day was officially established by the U.S. Congress in 1973 to commemorate the 19th Amendment, which grants women the right to vote. In honor of Women’s Equality Day on August 26, Community Bank recently sponsored Women Can Do, a conference hosted by Vermont Works for Women to provide educational and career networking opportunities to young women in the Vermont area. To learn more about this conference and Vermont Works for Women’s other programs, visit vtworksforwomen.org.
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