Salisbury Bank's Megan Gawel Graduates From The Connecticut School of Finance & Management

May 26, 2015

Megan Gawel, Assistant Vice President, Branch Administrator recently graduated from the Connecticut School of Finance & Management (CSFM), an intensive two year bank management training program sponsored by the Connecticut Bankers Association. The program provides an opportunity for bank management personnel and other key employees of Connecticut’s banking industry to obtain a more comprehensive knowledge and awareness of the banking business.

Betsy Summerville, Executive Vice President and Chief Retail Officer said, “We are incredibly proud of Megan and her accomplishment. Each year, our management team selects qualified employees to enter this program. Megan possesses the abilities and drive that made her the ideal candidate. Megan is the Branch Administrator and leads the Branch Management teams for nine of our thirteen branches. The skills she has acquired at CSFM will provide her a broader perspective of our bank’s operation and strategy, which brings value to the bank and makes her position more rewarding.”

Megan started with Salisbury Bank in May 2004 as a Teller.  She became a Customer Service Representative in December of that year, and became Head Teller in 2007.  Megan advanced to Administrative Assistant to the Branch Administrator in 2008, was promoted to Assistant Branch Administrator in 2012 and most recently promoted to Branch Administrator in 2014.

Salisbury Bank is a full-service community bank headquartered in Lakeville, Connecticut and presently operates full service branches in Canaan, Lakeville, Salisbury and Sharon, Connecticut; Great Barrington, Sheffield and South Egremont, Massachusetts; as well as Dover Plains, Fishkill, Millerton, Newburgh, Poughkeepsie, and Red Oaks Mill, New York. The Bank has been serving families and businesses for over 160 years and offers a full range of consumer and business banking products and services as well as trust and investment services.

 


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