Penn Community Bank Human Resources officer recognized by PA Bankers
PERKASIE, Pa. (September 2021) – Penn Community Bank, the largest mutual bank in eastern Pennsylvania, is pleased to announce Kirsten Palmieri, Vice President and Human Resources Business Partner, has received the Tomorrow’s Promise Award at the Pennsylvania Bankers Association’s (PA Bankers’) annual Women in Banking Conference.
The award celebrates a woman aged 35 or younger who continues to make a significant impact in her field and community, making her “one to watch” in Pennsylvania’s banking industry. Recipients of the award are involved in their community, have a team mindset, welcome change and opportunities to take on new projects, and continue to shape their organization. It is presented as part of PA Bankers’ Women in Banking Recognition of Excellence Program, which is dedicated to honoring men and women in the banking industry who promote and inspire women in the workplace to reach their full potential.
“Since starting as an intern, Kirsten has worked her way through the organization and serves as a valued leader and a dedicated part of our team,” said Georgann Berger McKenna, Penn Community Bank Chief Human Resources Officer. “Penn Community Bank joins Kirsten in celebrating this well-deserved recognition.”