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1st Source Bank is pleased to announce the
promotion of Shelli Alexander, SVP, Business Banking Manager to Regional
President of the Bank’s Central Region, which encompasses St. Joseph County,
southwestern Michigan and Kalamazoo. This brings together all Business Banking,
Private Banking, and branch personnel in these contiguous markets into one
unit, which is consistent with the Community Banking approach of the Bank.
joined 1st Source in 2012 as a Business Banker having had 18 years of prior
banking experience and a few years as an entrepreneur and business owner. She
quickly established a reputation as a Business Banker committed to building
deep and enduring relationships with clients delivering straight talk and sound
advice keeping their best interests in mind for the long term. In 2015 she
helped start and has led the Bank’s successful national Solar Financing
business. In that role, and as head of Business Banking for the Central Region,
she has distinguished herself as an effective, client-focused and caring leader
which prepares her well for her new responsibilities.
graduated from the University of Notre Dame Executive MBA program and graduated
with a BS in Accounting and Business Administration from Indiana University
South Bend. She has attended the Indiana Banker’s Leadership Program, serves on
the Board of The South Bend Regional Chamber of Commerce, has previously been
active with the South Bend Rotary Club, Indiana University South Bend Alumni
Association Board, River Bend Cancer Board, and is a graduate of the Leadership
South Bend/Mishawaka program.
promotion is part of a strategic effort to provide continued strong leadership
to 1st Source and to prepare for smooth transitions of responsibility and
authority among the larger 1st Source team in the future. The purpose of these
is to enhance our position as a Community Bank with a strong client focus and
local leadership who strongly live our values and who have the authority and
responsibility to serve clients well and grow the Bank.
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