Allison W. Jones, Executive Vice President of Putnam County Bank, was one of 229 graduates awarded a Stonier Diploma and Wharton Leadership Certificate on June 8th by the American Bankers Association Stonier Graduate School of Banking.
Offered in partnership with the Wharton School, the American Bankers Association Stonier Graduate School of Banking trains the future leaders of the banking industry. To date, Stonier has educated more than 25,000 professionals. Most are vice presidents or senior vice presidents; one in five is an executive vice president, chairman, or CEO. Attendees are from community and regional banks, money center banks, and international financial institutions, and last year’s class attracted students from eight countries. Roughly 17% of attendees are from regulatory agencies, and all attendees are committed to taking their skills to the next level to advance their organization and their career.
Allison, in addition to being Executive Vice President for Putnam County Bank, Hurricane, also serves as a Board member and holds both positions for the Bank’s holding company, Putnam Bancshares, Inc. Allison has worked at PCB for 20 years and has shown that she is dedicated to being a model of banking leadership in West Virginia.
Putnam County Bank is honored to have served as A Proud Community Bank in Putnam County for over 120 years. It has been our privilege to provide both residents and businesses with exceptional financial services along with superior customer care. With PCB’s new Loan Center, located in Hurricane, and our newest branch, located in Milton, we are continuing our commitment to serve Putnam County and surrounding areas by providing extraordinary banking services to our community, our friends, and our neighbors for generations to come.