Cindy A. Kitner, CPA, president and CEO of Jefferson Security Bank, an independent community bank that provides general banking services in Washington County, was appointed to the FDIC’s Advisory Committee on Community Banking.
The Advisory Committee, which meets several times per year, provides advice and recommendations to the FDIC on a broad range of community bank policy and regulatory matters. Kitner is one of 17 members on the Advisory Committee, which is represented by a cross-section of community bankers from around the country.
Kitner is a long-time leader in the local banking community, recently celebrating her fifth year as the president and CEO of Jefferson Security Bank.
The first five years of Kitner’s tenure as CEO were a time of transformation and growth for the bank. Under Kitner’s leadership, JSB has reached the largest asset size in the Bank’s history and achieved record earnings for the last three years. Kitner has delivered strategic leadership to the Bank as acknowledged in 2020 when Jefferson Security Bank was named a “Top 200 Community Bank” by American Banker for the first time.
This designation is awarded to community banks who obtain the highest level of return on average equity over a three year period. Kitner also serves on local nonprofit boards and advisory committees, and previously served on the American Bankers Association Government Relations Council as the sole representative for West Virginia for 2019 and 2020.
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