Samantha Tanner joins as AVP, Branch Officer of the Williamstown branch.
ADAMS, Mass. — Charles P. O'Brien, President, and CEO of Adams Community Bank, announced two new employees and a recent promotion.
Samantha Tanner joins as AVP, Branch Officer of the Williamstown branch. She will manage the Williamstown location and serve as the Digital Branch Manager, overseeing product profitability and deepening relationships.
Samantha holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Keene State College.
Julie Zdon joins as Branch Officer of the Cheshire branch. Julie previously managed the Elm Street location at Berkshire Bank. Julie brings over 15 years of banking experience to the team, along with a degree from Isenberg School of Management – UMass Amherst.
Jolene Racine was promoted to Operations Officer from Senior Deposit System Analyst. Jolene began working at Adams Community Bank full-time as a Teller in July 2009. Jolene will supervise the Deposit Operations Department and oversee enhancements to our digital products and services. Jolene holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from Elmira College.
"I am very pleased to welcome Samantha and Julie to the Adams Community Bank family and am proud of Jolene for stepping into her new role," O'Brien said. "All of these individuals have a wealth of banking knowledge and will help deepen our valuable relationships with our customers."
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1Berkshire Youth Leadership Program Class of 2021 Commencement
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — On Tuesday, May 4, 1Berkshire celebrating the commencement of the Youth Leadership Program's Class of 2021 via Zoom.
Having completed the entirety of this 10-month leadership program, 31 students shared the products of their collective impact projects with attending family, friends, and regional leaders, and were recognized for their program completion.
The Class of 2021 is the 11th class in the program's history.
Though the class applied to the program prior to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, public health guidance precluded in-person meetings throughout the course of the year. As a result, from their kickoff retreat over the summer through their Commencement, the students have participated in the program virtually.
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