Exchange Bank Announces Stacey Powers, Vice President, Head of Commercial Relations

SANTA ROSA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Exchange Bank (OTC:EXSR) welcomes Stacey Powers, Vice President, Head of Commercial Relations, to the Exchange Bank Commercial Banking team, reporting to Steve Herron, Vice President Principal, Head of Commercial Banking. Stacey brings over 35 years of banking industry experience to her role at Exchange Bank, where her primary focus will be to drive the growth of new relationships in the North Bay and Sacramento County areas.

Stacey began her banking career at North Bay Savings Bank in the Residential, Commercial and Consumer Lending groups. After its acquisition by Bank of the West in 1996, Stacey held sales officer and retail banking manager positions and received the President’s Club Award for building branch teams that delivered the most high level of service while helping businesses in the community. Stacey joined Rabobank in 2016 as Head of Business Banking, helping to grow commercial lending in Napa and Sonoma counties. In 2018, Stacey moved to American River Bank as Commercial Relationship Manager/Corporate Banking, focusing on commercial lending to community businesses and assisting with PPP lending during the pandemic.

Stacey attended Santa Rosa Junior College and earned certification in the AMA Negotiation Program. She is active in the community and has served on various boards including the Vintage Cutting Horse Association and the Petaluma Riding and Driving Club. Stacey is a former 4-H leader in sheep and dairy projects as well as a former member of the Petaluma Valley Rotary Club and the American Business Women Association. Stacey has also served on the Sonoma-Marin Fair Farmers Day Committee and the Sonoma County Fair Mrs. Wine Country Rodeo Competition.

About Exchange Bank

Based in Sonoma County and founded in 1890, Exchange Bank is a full-service community bank with assets of $3.5 billion. Exchange Bank offers a wide range of personal, business, and trust and investment management services with 16 retail branches in Sonoma County, a business branch in Roseville, and trust and investment management offices in Santa Rosa , Roseville and Silicon Valley. The Bank’s legacy of financial leadership and community support is built on its core values ​​of commitment, respect, integrity and teamwork. Exchange Bank is known for its employees who care about their customers, their business and the communities where they live and work. Exchange Bank has been a North Bay Business Journal’s 17-year winner Best Workplaces survey and the San Francisco Business Times 2022 Corporate Philanthropy Award. Exchange Bank has been appointed Best Consumer Bank by NorthBay biz magazine Best of North Bay reader survey. Sonoma Valley Audience Award and Petaluma Argus Courier Audience Award both named Exchange Bank Best Local Bank 2022 and the Bohemian Magazine Best of North Bay 2022 named Exchange Bank Best Business Bank and Best Consumer Bank. www.exchangebank.com

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