Posted on Sep 27, 2022
1. What is your ACNB story?
I began working at ACNB during college at Penn State in the summer of 2004. I worked as a floating teller when I was home for the summer or on breaks. After college, I returned as a Commercial Credit Analyst for two years. I slowly transitioned to Treasury Management to learn everything that we do. I became a Treasury Management Officer for the Hanover/York region in 2014. In July 2017, I assumed the role of Treasury Management Officer for the Carroll region. NWSB Bank did not have a Treasury area prior to merging with ACNB. During this time, I earned my Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) designation from the Association of Financial Professionals. In July 2018, upon the retirement of my Manager, I moved into my current role as Treasury Management Manager.
2. What do you love about working here?
Working on the commercial side, I love learning about the various businesses, their story and how ACNB Bank can help them achieve their goals. We have a very wide range of industries, businesses and organizations we work with. Each one is unique and the backstories on how they were able to get to where they are is always interesting. Learning the story and finding ways the bank can help is very rewarding.
3. What activities do you enjoy doing outside of the office?
I enjoy golfing, fishing, being outdoors biking or hiking with our dogs. I also enjoy tailgating and watching Penn State football in Happy Valley.
4. Why should people bank at a community bank?
I believe community banks provide a key bridge to the community. The key word is in the name, community. Community banks are close and understand the areas they are operating in on a deep level. Knowing the customer base and having those strong ties to the community allow us to help the people and businesses in the best and most efficient way possible.
5. What are some of your favorite local activities or restaurants?
I enjoy spending time outside either fishing, biking or hiking with our dogs. We enjoy many of the great restaurants in and around the Gettysburg area.