BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Robin Y. Greenlee, Vice President and Credit Risk Officer in Aliant Bank’s corporate office in Birmingham, was named Chairwoman of the Birmingham Business Alliance’s (BBA) Women’s Business Council. The Women’s Business Council provides and fosters educational, professional and volunteer support to women in the Birmingham region. Its mission is to aid women in their goals, while helping the business community prosper.
“The business women of Birmingham contribute so much to the economic growth of our community, and it is exciting to see how the BBA’s Women’s Business Council is working to support their career growth through education and networking opportunities,” said Greenlee. “I look forward to the new faces that will be encouraged and equipped through the Women’s Business Council in 2015.”
Greenlee has been with Aliant Bank for more than 17 years, working in lending, credit administration and credit risk. Greenlee is very active in the community, serving with the BBA’s Women’s Business Council since its inception; teaching financial literacy in the community; being an active choir member and Sunday school teacher with her church; and mentoring other women.
“Robin has been a huge asset to the Women’s Business Council, and we are very excited about her new leadership role,” said Loren Traylor, Vice President of Investor Relations for the BBA.
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