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Green earns professional designation of Certified Community Bank Compliance Officer

Woodsboro Bank Vice President & Risk Management and Finance Officer Michelle Green recently earned the professional designation.

Woodsboro Bank is pleased to announce that Michelle Green, Vice President & Risk Management and Finance Officer has successfully completed Community Banker University’s® Certified Community Bank Compliance Officer Certification Program and has earned the professional designation Certified Community Bank Compliance Officer – CCBCO. Community Banker University, the education division of the Independent Community Bankers of America®, offers nine certification programs, which are accredited by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA).

To earn certification, Green attended the recent ICBA Compliance Institutesm and successfully completed five certification examinations covering the fundamental concepts of banking regulations and their applications.

“With this CCBCO certification Michelle has demonstrated a mastery of key banking concepts for professional development and to contribute to helping the Woodsboro Bank achieve its business goals and objectives,” said ICBA Group Executive Vice President Lindsay LaNore. “I commend Michelle on reaching this milestone in pursuit of lifelong learning.”

Ms. Green joined the bank in 2018 and has over 26 years of banking experience in branch banking, accounting, operations and risk management. She received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration/Finance from Towson State University and also received her CAMS and CBAP certifications. She has an active membership with the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist LLC (ACAMS).

“We congratulate Michelle on this certification. As we move forward in our mission and vision, we understand the importance of our colleagues continued growth,” said Patricia Muldoon, Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer.

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