By Tyler Nelson, Director of Communications
From continuing education to monitoring state and federal legislative agendas, the Tennessee Bankers Association is here for you. With the New Year upon us, we asked TBA staff, how do you recommend members engage with the Association in 2018?
Member Services Specialist
Help teach your community financial literacy by taking part in the Personal Economics Program (PEP). We know how vital it is that our neighbors understand the importance of saving, using credit responsibly, and learning how to avoid fraud, scams, and predatory lending. When our community is financially literate, it has a lasting impact on our local economy. As PEP Coordinator, I see firsthand the great work our bankers are doing. Please email me at tluu@TNBankers.org you’d like to get involved.
Senior Vice President of Education
Register for a convenient, cost-effective webinar. In our ever-changing environment, webinar training is just one of the many continuing education options TBA offers. By partnering with Community Bankers Webinar Network, registration is simple, and webinars can be accessed from your PC, tablet, or phone. Can’t make a live webinar? No problem. Recorded webinars enable you to access learning material anywhere at any time.
Invest in your career by enrolling in a Southeastern School. From commercial lending to branch management, The Southeastern Schools provide a solid foundation on which to build your banking career. Graduates develop the skills that will bring you success in upper-level management positions and forge the networks that will serve you throughout your time in the banking industry.
Senior Vice President/General Counsel
With nearly 30 open seats during the 2018 state elections, banker feedback on new candidates will be critical to TBA. Informing TBA’s government relations team about pro-banking and business candidates early in these races will enable BankPac to get out in front and support them. If you have recommendations of candidates TBA should support, please contact me at aheaslet@TNBankers.org.