Danville-based Chambers Bank announced Monday (Dec. 14) four promotions on the bank’s executive leadership team.
- Philip Alexander (Danville) has been promoted to chief risk officer. Alexander has been a member of the Chambers Bank team for more than 30 years, having most recently served as regional president/chief lending officer for the south region. His banking experience also includes previous roles in retail and lending. As chief risk officer, Alexander will manage the bank’s compliance and risk management team.
- Ben Tiner (Conway) has been promoted to regional chief lending officer for the central region, which includes branches in Atkins, Conway, Danville, Dardanelle, Dover, Havana and Russellville. Tiner joined the Chambers team in April after spending eight years as the North Arkansas market president at Bank OZK.
- Lori Walker (Rogers) has been promoted to chief marketing and communications officer. Walker has been leading the bank’s marketing and communications efforts for the past three years. Prior to that time, she worked in marketing and enrollment management for more than 20 years at four Arkansas universities. Walker will continue to manage advertising, donations, public relations and product marketing as well as internal and external communications efforts for Chambers Bank.
- David Wooldridge (Hot Springs) has been promoted to regional president/chief lending officer for the south region, which includes branches in Amity, Hot Springs and Hot Springs Village. Before joining the Chambers team to lead the Hot Springs market, Wooldridge served as market president at Citizens Bank for five years. He also has experience as a stockbroker.
“As Chambers Bank surpasses $1 billion in asset size, it is vital that we have an executive team that will help us meet our strategic goals,” President Mike Donnell said. “These four individuals have the experience and vision to help lead Chambers Bank now and in the future.”
Chambers Bank operates 26 branches in Arkansas.