About PA Bankers “Why Banking” Video
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About the video
Retaining talent and recruiting the next generation of bankers, especially the Millennial generation, is critical to our industry’s sustainability and future leadership.
This was the challenge we chose to take on with help from the Fund for Economic Growth. Earlier this year, we embarked on a video project aimed at telling the real stories of Pennsylvania’s young bankers and their careers.
We wanted real, honest and unscripted answers, and we got them. These seven young professionals not only wowed us, but they affirmed what we already knew and hoped would shine through: our future is bright, it’s energetic, it’s enthusiastic, and it’s rooted in the core principles of banking that will always remain, generation after generation -- Customer Service, Community Engagement and Dedication to the Industry.
Brittany A. Basham, SHRM-CP, PHR
Assistant Vice President
Manager of Human Resources and Organizational Development
The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton
“If you’re willing to put in the work and learn, you can really grow into something great.”
Raynell K. Bates
The Dime Bank
“Banking is the community.”
Branch Operations Coordinator & Regional Community Office Manager
Citizens & Northern Bank
“I believe that banking is a wonderful profession to get involved in because you get to see people’s dreams come true.”
William T Campbell Jr.
Vice President Relationship Manager
The Juniata Valley Bank
“It’s more than just sales and it’s more than just deposits. There’s a whole lot of things you can do in a bank that you may not realize.”
Chelsey D. Craig
The Victory Bank
“The most rewarding part is being able to work with the clients and… see them build their own financial path in a way and knowing that I was able to help them out with that.”
J. Maxwell Khuri
Business Banking – Pittsburgh
The Huntington National Bank
Moon Township, Pa.
“Banking affords you the opportunity to make a difference in people’s lives, day in and day out.”
“There’s just so much opportunity. I think the sky’s the limit when it comes to banking.”