Misty Wells, Vice President, Corporate Treasury Manager completed her third and final year of banking school and graduated on Friday, July 26th. Misty was among the 155 graduates that made up the 2019 graduating class from The Graduate School of Banking at Colorado.
“We make it a priority to invest in the future of Independence Bank, and that means ensuring that our employees are exposed to educational programs and continuing professional development such as the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado,” said Jacob Reid, President, Independence Bank. “And this program is no small feat, Misty has put forth hard work and dedication to this program for the past three years and I am so proud of her accomplishment. I know she will utilize the knowledge and experienced she gained to continue to serve the Bank well.”
The Graduate School of Banking at Colorado is a premiere graduate community banking school that offers a first class educational experience which includes an intensive 25-month banking school program providing senior management and leadership training for the next generation of community banking professionals. The three-year program is held on the campus of the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado.
“My profession, like many others, is constantly changing,” said Misty. “I think it is imperative that one continues to grow professionally in whatever career path they choose. Independence Bank believes in the continuing development of their employees and I am thankful they continue to invest in me not only as an employee, but as a future leader of this organization.”
Independence Bank is a regional community bank with 25 locations in Calloway, Daviess, Franklin, Graves, Hancock, Henderson, Hopkins, Jefferson, McCracken, McLean, Warren and Webster counties and has assets totaling $2.5 billion.