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CBA and BAI Announce GSRBM Class of 2013 Graduates, Honors and Top Student
Washington, D.C. (July 30, 2013) – The CBA/BAI Graduate School of Retail Bank Management (GSRBM) congratulates the 78 members of the Class of 2013 and is proud to announce this year’s honors students and the Tem Wooldridge Award to the top student.
Today’s graduates have invested three years in the GSRBM program which signifies their commitment to ensuring the industry is led by the best and brightest. GSRBM, now marking its 61st year, offers the banking industry's top talent the knowledge and skills they need to develop into the leaders of tomorrow. Designed and delivered by leading industry practitioners, the program immerses students in real world scenarios experienced daily by retail banks. Students participate in one-of-a-kind simulation exercises that challenge them to run the entire consumer business of a bank. They learn how to analyze and use financial data to influence a bank’s future performance, and they dive into an executive level virtual experience that requires them to manage a bank from the top down. Students graduate with a deep understanding and appreciation of how various segments of retail banking are interrelated and are anchored on a path to leadership.
Jill Enabnit from U.S. Bank was selected by the GSRBM faculty to receive the Tem Wooldridge Award. This prestigious award recognizes the top GSRBM student each year who demonstrates outstanding academic performance, high integrity and a strong work ethic. In addition to academic merit, the Tem Wooldridge winner possesses the necessary character and leadership skills to bring out the best in their teammates. The honor is named for a now-retired GSRBM faculty member.
“Congratulations to this year’s Tem Wooldridge Award recipient for her remarkable academic and professional performance,” said CBA President and CEO Richard Hunt. “Jill embodies the integrity and values of the graduate school and its students. We at CBA are proud to have such an outstanding individual represent GSRBM.”
“GSRBM graduates are retail banking’s future leaders. Congratulations to each of our award winners for this well-deserved honor. Each bank that is represented can be extremely proud of this accomplishment," said Debbie Bianucci, President & CEO, BAI.
The 2013 Honors Graduates demonstrated excellent academic achievement in their GSRBM coursework.
GSRBM 2013 Honors Graduates
Jill Enabnit, U.S. Bank (2013 Tem Wooldridge Award recipient)
Christina Brozyna, M&T Bank
Joe Clark, Capital One
Lisa Magana, Wells Fargo
Michael Martino, Wells Fargo
Greg Taylor, MainSource
Wilson Tyler, USAA
Daneen Wilson, Wells Fargo
Alisa Winslow, PNC
CBA and BAI congratulate the members of the Graduate School of Retail Bank Management Class of 2013.
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