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Colo. bankers graduate from GSBC

Tuesday, August 7, 2018   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Amanda Averch
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COLORADO BANKING PROFESSIONALS RECEIVE DIPLOMAS

FROM GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BANKING AT COLORADO

 

BOULDER, COLO. -- The Graduate School of Banking at Colorado (GSBC) is pleased to announce the graduation of 18 Colorado banking professionals as a part of the class of 2018.

 

The graduates are pictured from left to right.

Front Row: Greg Harrell, Adams Bank & Trust, Fort Collins; Erinn Beuck, Points West Community Bank, Windsor; Thuy Aragon, FirstBank, Castle Rock; Amy Hoover, Grand Mountain Bank, Granby; Courtney Jones, FirstBank, Denver; Ryan Etl, Bank of Colorado, Sterling; Tim Adams, Alpine Bank, Grand Junction; Lara Hurst, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Denver.

Back Row: Joe Davis, Heartland Financial, Denver; Chris Rowberry, ANB Bank, Avon; Josh Stensrud, Legacy Bank, Colorado Springs; Jason Taets, Timberline Bank, Aspen; Russell Saunders, State of Colorado Division of Banking, Denver; Chris Leffler, Bank of Colorado, Windsor; Kaycee Lytle, Bank of Colorado, Eaton; Brian Gales, Bank of Colorado, Holyoke; Sean Ribble, ANB Bank, Denver; Jana Zimmermann, Native American Bank, Denver.

 

GSBC awarded 164 total graduates from across the nation with a diploma in banking during a ceremony on Thursday, July 26 at the Folsom Field Stadium Club on the University of Colorado campus in Boulder, Colo.

 

GSBC is America’s Premier Community Banking School which prepares bank-industry professionals to take on senior management roles within their organizations. Each student has been recognized by his or her bank CEO, president and supervisor as a rising star within their organization. During the 25-month program, which meets two weeks each July for three consecutive years, students are required to complete six intersession research projects, on-campus coursework, exams and a bank management simulation.

 

In addition to academic coursework, students enjoyed networking with others in their region, as well as exploring Boulder throughout their two-week visit.


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