IberiaBank has added to its staff in northwest Arkansas.
The bank has added Mark Mizelle, Senior Vice President and commercial Relationship Manager; Ryan Dagley, Vice President and Bentonville Branch Manager; Jody Russell, Assistant Branch Manager for the Bentonville Branch; and Carla Crosswhite, Assistant Branch Manager for the Elm Springs Branch.
Mizelle brings 20 years of banking experience to his role as commercial relationship manager and was most recently Senior Vice President of Corporate Banking at Bank of Arkansas. A graduate of the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, Mizelle has been active in his community, having served on committees for the Bentonville School District, Bentonville Public Library, and a board position with the Rogers/Lowell Chamber of Commerce.
Dagley joins IberiaBank from Signature Bank in Bentonville where he was Vice President of commercial lending. He holds a bachelors degree from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville and a masters in business from John Brown University in Siloam Springs.
Russell has over 20 years of banking experience. Prior to joining IberiaBank, she was manager of loan operations for Arvest Bank.
Crosswhite brings over 20 years of banking knowledge to her role in the area of bank operations, risk management, retail and accounting.
“Mark, Ryan, Jody and Carla are each all terrific additions to our Northwest Arkansas team,” said Pete Yuan, IberiaBank Arkansas Regional President. “Northwest Arkansas is a market which holds tremendous potential for us. We are excited to have these strong additions contribute to our continued growth in the region.”
IberiaBank operates seven banking offices in northwest Arkansas and 34 banking offices in total across Arkansas.
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