Sonora, TX (Dec. 20, 2018) – Sonora Bank announced today Stephanie Smith has been named as Training Officer. In this capacity, she will lead an in-house training program designed to create a culture of learning within the Bank.
“The Training Officer position at Sonora Bank demonstrates the emphasis we are placing on the continued professional growth of all our employees. As we seek to enhance our digital and technological capabilities, we want to ensure that our employees are equipped with the tools and resources they need to serve our customers’ growing needs,” said Bob Malone, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Sonora Bank. “I look forward to watching Stephanie as she takes on her new role and seeing the positive impact she will have on developing the skills and functional expertise of our employees and the culture of Sonora Bank.”
Stephanie’s responsibilities include overseeing the design and delivery of training programs that will help build a foundation for professional and personal growth for Sonora Bank employees. Training will initially focus on enhancing the solution and software knowledge of front-line teams as the Bank broadens its digital capabilities to enhance customer experience and meet consumers at their point of need.
Stephanie has more than 20 years of experience at Sonora Bank, joining the organization as a teller in 1998. Most recently, Stephanie served as a Lobby Services Manager where she oversaw the training and administration of the San Angelo-based teller team.
About Sonora Bank
The First National Bank of Sonora opened in 1900, only 10 years after Sonora, Texas became a town. By 1995, Sonora Bank expanded to San Angelo as a $50 million bank. Today, the Bank has $415 million in assets and seven locations throughout West Texas and the Hill Country, including Sonora, San Angelo, Boerne, Bulverde and Wimberley. Sonora Bank is a Texas tradition in banking with many of the decedents of the original Board of Directors serving on the current Board. The Sonora Bank team is dedicated to providing sound financial services in a hometown atmosphere. For more information, please visit www.sonorabank.com.
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