LAS VEGAS – The Nevada Bankers Association (NBA), the united voice of Nevada’s diverse banking industry, announced its newly elected 2020-21 board of directors this month.
The board will oversee the association’s strategic direction, legislative advocacy efforts, professional development offerings and member services.
Ryan Sullivan, president and chief executive officer of Bank of George, was installed as chairman and accepted the gavel from Darrel Small, president and CEO of Town & Country Bank, who served as 2019-2020 chairman of the board.
Sullivan has 23 years of commercial banking experience. He was Bank of George’s original chief financial officer and served in that capacity from its inception in September 2007 through July 2013, when he was named president and CEO. He has served as a bank director since January 2011 and currently chairs the bank’s Community Reinvestment Act Committee and Bank Card Committee.
In addition to Sullivan, 2020-2021 NBA officers include:
· Craig Kirkland, NBA chair-elect, Nevada State Bank
· Ken Mundt, NBA vice chair, Town & Country Bank
· BJ North, NBA treasurer, Plumas Bank
· Joyce Smith, NBA secretary, Bank of Nevada
In addition to the executive officers, directors are:
· Brian Cook, Charles Schwab Trust Company
· H. Scott Johnson, Valley Bank of Nevada
· David Navarro, Pacific Premier Bank
· Janus Nelson, Wells Fargo
About Nevada Bankers Association
NBA is the united voice of Nevada’s diverse banking industry. Members are dedicated to providing the best financial products, services and resources to drive and support economic growth, job creation and prosperity throughout the state of Nevada. Visit www.nvbankers.org.