Ron Quinn, president and CEO of Peach State Bank & Trust, has been elected to the Delegate Board for the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA).
According to information recently released by Peach State Bank & Trust, the Washington, D.C,- based ICBA is the primary trade group for community banks in the United States, representing approximately 5,000 small- and mid-sized community banks.
"I believe community banks play a vital role in the areas they serve,” Quinn said. “Our support of consumers and small businesses spurs economic growth, and now I look forward to serving as an advocate on a national level.”
As a delegate, Quinn will help shape and support ICBA’s national policy positions and programs while serving as a liaison between community banks in Georgia and ICBA’s staff and leadership.
Quinn is a former chairman of the Community Bankers Association of Georgia and now serves as a member-at-large. He has led Peach State Bank & Trust since its founding in 2005. Based in downtown Gainesville at 325 Washington Street, the bank has more than 60 management and staff members.