SOUTH HILL, Va., Feb. 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Citizens Community Bank (OTC: CZYB) welcomes the addition of Kim Jordan as vice president and market executive for the Oxford and Henderson, NC, areas. Her relationship-building expertise and banking background complement the Bank's goal of serving the entire Lake Country region, and Jordan's efforts will focus on enhanced support in the southwest quadrant.
Jordan is a seasoned banking veteran who began her career as a teller on the front line of customer service. In the past 18 years, she has worked her way up the chain of command amassing valuable experience as a financial and customer service representative, assistant manager and branch manager. But her favorite part of the job always has been helping people succeed financially, and it served as the basis for her return to community banking at CCB.
"I love working with clients and really getting to know their business first-hand," explains Jordan. "I enjoy being a trusted resource for them and want to be the first person they call for anything they need within the financial arena. From personal loans and mortgages to business development and estate planning -- if I can't help them directly, I can put them in touch with someone knowledgeable who can."
In addition to retail clients, she has worked closely with small business owners with annual revenues up to $10 million while coaching a sales team to exceed goals, maintain operational excellence and over-deliver on client expectations. Her initial experience was honed in Raleigh, but she's been a valuable part of the SunTrust Bank executive team in Oxford since 2003.
"Kim knows the Oxford and Henderson markets better than anyone," adds Tom Manson, bank president and CEO. "We're fortunate to have secured her talents to lead and support our efforts to develop new business in those areas and throughout Granville and Vance counties."
Originally from Franklinton, NC, Jordan's community involvement extends beyond normal business hours. She is active with the Granville County Foodbank, Habitat for Humanity, United Way Allocations Committee and STARS Program (in conjunction with Granville County Public Schools).
Citizens Community Bank is a Virginia state chartered bank headquartered in South Hill, Va. Opened in December 1999, it operates five branches, three in south central Virginia and one in northern North Carolina. For more information and additional financial data, please visit www.ccbsite.com.
SOURCE Citizens Community Bank