Adams Community Bank Taps New VP of Commercial Lending

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ADAMS, Mass. — Tracy McConnell joined Adams Community Bank as vice president of commercial lending. 

McConnell, a seasoned veteran in commercial lending, joins ACB with more than 25 years of experience in the banking industry, having worked in other financial institutions in Berkshire County.

"We are thrilled to have Tracy as part of our Commercial Lending Division. Her extensive lending background and broad knowledge of the commercial industry strengthens our core team as we meet the growing needs of local business owners and commercial borrowers," said Charles O’Brien, President and CEO.

As vice president of commercial lending, McConnell will focus on further developing and expanding the bank's commercial client base and offering flexible lending programs to area businesses. 

"In a short time, Tracy has proven herself as an invaluable resource to the commercial team as she has helped the bank process a large volume of Payroll Protection Program (PPP) loans, quickly and efficiently," O’Brien said.

McConnell is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies, business and leadership from Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. She received her Masters Banking Diploma from Stonier National Graduate School of Banking at UPENN. She also has earned various banking related diplomas from the American Bankers Association (ABA) banking school. 

She currently serves as treasurer on the board of directors for Berkshire Family YMCA. She is an AJY Fund board member, Advisory Committee chair for the Business Technology department at Charles H. McCann Technical School and is a member of the North Adams Rotary Club. She also enjoys volunteering her time as a U12 Boys Youth soccer coach in Williamstown.

McConnell can be reached through email at or by phone at 413-749-1135.

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