Jenny Saunders, president of FCBank, a division of CNB, has been named to serve on the Ohio Bankers League’s board of directors in 2020.
“We are honored to have someone with Jenny Saunders’s background and expertise join the OBL Board of Directors this year,” said OBL President & CEO Mike Adelman. “She is a knowledgeable and thoughtful banker recognized throughout the region as an effective voice for community banking.”
Saunders assumed her role as president at the Worthington, Ohio-based division of Pennsylvania’s CNB Bank in October 2017. Prior to joining FCBank, she was a senior vice president, regional manager, and senior development leader in the financial industry.
“I’m honored to be named to the Ohio Bankers League Board of Directors,” said Saunders. “This is an organization that leads the banking industry in Ohio and I’m excited to help our member banks to better serve their local communities.”
FCBank entered the Central Ohio market in 2009 and moved its headquarters to Worthington in 2016. It has branch offices in Dublin, Upper Arlington, Lancaster, plus five rural branches in north central and northeast Ohio.
Saunders is a graduate of The Ohio State University with a bachelor’s degree in political science. Currently, she serves as a board member of the Worthington Area Chamber of Commerce, Worthington Resource Pantry, Crawford County Community Concert Association and a student mentor for Leadership Worthington.
About the Ohio Bankers League
The Ohio Bankers League is the trade association for the Ohio banking industry – and is Ohio’s only organization focused on meeting the needs of all banks and thrifts in the Buckeye State. For more than 100 years, the OBL has been the voice of the Ohio banking industry fostering a cooperation that has made it one of the strongest and most reputable financial trade associations in the country. By linking banks, bankers, and industry experts – and by pooling their intellectual and capital resources – the OBL serves as a powerful creator of knowledge and collective resources. The non-profit association is comprised of 180+ FDIC-insured financial institutions including commercial banks, savings banks, and savings and loan associations ranging in size from just over $20 million to $3 trillion in assets.
FCBank, a division of CNB Bank, is part of a $3.8 billion bank that has been and will continue to be developed in the Columbus area by local business people. The local decision-making provided at FCBank offers a high level of dedication and service to the communities within the Columbus and Central Ohio region. More about FCBank can be found online at www.FCBank.bank