Wilson Bank & Trust has promoted Amelia Vance to regional president, a role in which she will oversee the management of five full-service Lebanon branches including the bank's main office.
Vance was named senior vice president of mortgage operations at WB&T in 2014 and began supervising the bank's secondary market mortgage services upon being named manager of the mortgage center in 2007. Since joining WB&T in 1998, her roles have also included assistant mortgage manager, mortgage loan officer and mortgage loan processor. Vance began her career in financial services in 1996.
"Throughout her career, Amelia has excelled and shown great leadership in an area that's critical to the success of our bank," WB&T Executive Vice President John McDearman said. "We are excited about the impact she'll have on the branch teams in the heart of our service area."
A Warren County native, Vance is a graduate of Cumberland University, LSU's Graduate School of Banking and the Southeastern School of Banking. She has volunteered with a number of community organizations, including Sherry's Run, Lebanon Rotary Baseball, the Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce and Habitat for Humanity. She has also chaired committees as a member of the Eastern Middle Tennessee Association of Realtors (EMTAR) and has been active with the children's ministry at Lebanon First United Methodist Church. She and her husband live in Lebanon with their three sons.