CSB promotes new chief administrative officer
Community Spirit Bank has announced the promotion of Emily Mays to chief administrative officer.
Mays joins the bank’s executive management team bringing 15 years of financial industry experience to her role. Previously serving as vice president/senior marketing director, she is passionate about community banking and works enthusiastically to promote and support the communities we serve.
Mays earned her Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of North Alabama in 2003 and attended the Barret Graduate School of Banking in Memphis, Tennessee – graduating in 2017.
Recently accepted into the Alabama Bankers Association’s Executive Leadership program, in December she will begin the 18-month advanced executive program.
She was named one of The Independent Community Bankers of America 40 Under 40 and one of Business Alabama’s “Franklin County Movers and Shapers.”
She is presently in her fifth year of serving on the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce and serves as past-president.
“On behalf of the officers, directors and employees of Community Spirit Bank, I congratulate Emily on the promotion to chief administration officer that was approved at our November board meeting and welcome her to our executive management team,” said Community Spirit Bank’s president and CEO Brad M. Bolton. “She has been dedicated and focused on any duty or responsibility assigned to her. She has kept our core values of integrity, dedication, knowledge, innovation and providing WOW moments, both internally and externally, for many years.
“This promotion better aligns her talents and abilities with current and future roles to continue a broader range of project management responsibilities. We are grateful for her service to our customers, communities, and fellow employees.”