Glenn Weston of Citizens Bank recently graduated from the Georgia Banking School, a three-year program offered by the Georgia Bankers Association (GBA). Weston received advanced training in numerous courses covering all aspects of banking, economics and related subjects.
“The Georgia Banking School is recognized as one of the finest banking schools in the country, and we applaud Glenn for this accomplishment,” commented Michael Lee, president and CEO of Citizens Bank. “This educational opportunity provided peer discussions as well as first class instruction from some of the nation’s leading bankers and educators.”
A graduate of Georgia Southern University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, Weston serves as assistant vice president and office manager for the bank’s main office in Springfield. Weston joined Citizens Bank in 2005.
About Georgia Banking School:
Established in 1961, the Georgia Banking School is a three-year specialized school sponsored by the Georgia Bankers Association Professional Development Program. The purpose of the school is to prepare first-level managers to effectively and profitably serve the public by developing a thorough understanding of banking practices, regulations and management principles.
About Citizens Bank:
Founded in 1998, Citizens Bank is a locally-owned community bank with headquarters in Springfield. As of March 31, the bank reported total assets of $242 million, total deposits of $216 million and net loans of $198 million. Citizens Bank has full service offices in Rincon, Guyton and Port Wentworth in addition to its Springfield location.