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JASON LOGGINS SELECTED FOR NASHVILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE LEADERSHIP PUBLIC EDUCATION PROGRAM
Nashville, Tenn., (February 20, 2020) — Bank of Tennessee is pleased to announced the selection of Jason Loggins, Wilson County, TN President and Relationship Manager; to the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce’s inaugural cohort for Leadership Public Education, a 6-month public education leadership development program empowering individuals with the knowledge and skills to serve in community leadership roles at all levels of Metro Nashville Public Schools (MNPS).
Serving in Bank of Tennessee’s Mt. Juliet office, Jason Loggins oversees business opportunities throughout the Wilson County area, tasked with growing the deposit and loan customer base, managing the commercial portfolio, and originating commercial loans for the Middle Tennessee market. He has 22 years of financial and banking industry experience. Loggins is a graduate of Louisiana State University Graduate School of Banking and the TBA Commercial Lending program at Vanderbilt University, as well as Middle Tennessee State University. He is a former Mt. Juliet Chamber board member and board chair, Rotary member and former president, Kiwanis member, Arts Alliance board member and board chair, Nashville Symphony Council member, and youth football and little league coach. He is a member of the Leadership Middle Tennessee (2018 Class) and served on the 2019 selection committee where he remains involved in the programming for the program. He currently serves on the Wilson County Planning Committee and the “Buddy Bench” committee.
The Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce’s public education leadership development program is designed to positively impact public education across the region and improve the sustainability and development of a prosperous Nashville region. During the program fellows learn and discuss the structures, challenges and opportunities that impact MNPS with experts in public education, including on the topics of education funding, budget processes, policy and law, teacher talent attraction and retention, and Board of Education roles and responsibilities.
The program supports fellows in pursuing community leadership roles, including with the School Support Organization, school-based decision-making committee, nonprofit boards of directors, Academies of Nashville Partnership Council, Education Report Card Committee at the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce, MNPS Board of Education, and Metro-Nashville Davidson County boards and commissions.
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Carter County Bank recently celebrated its 80th birthday. President of Carter County Bank, Andrew McKeehan said, “We are humbled to have been given the opportunity to serve the great people and businesses of Carter County and Elizabethton for the past 80 years. We are proud of our past accomplishments and excited about the future. We will continue to provide the great service we are known for while looking for ways to enhance the banking experience for those in our community.”
The branches of the bank celebrated on September 25th with cupcakes and treats for customers.
Carter County Bank is a locally owned, community bank. Carter County Bank is a division of Bank of Tennessee with $1.3 billion in assets. Member FDIC.
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In observance of Labor Day, our branches, ITMs and Customer Care Center will be closed Monday, September 2, 2019. You can still bank with us anytime by using our ATMs, Online Banking, Mobile Banking, Mobile Deposit and Fingertip Banking. Thank you for your business!
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