With hard work and endurance, anything is possible. NMSBank Senior Vice President Patricia Matthews proves this to be true everyday.
NMSBank Vice President Patricia Matthews was promoted to Senior Vice President this past month. Matthews has worked with the bank for over 15 years. She humbly takes her success in stride, positively encouraging those that she supervises on a day to day basis. Mrs. Matthews began working at the bank as a personnel / administrative assistant and steadily rose to become a key player in upper management, and eventually the executive team. She attributes her success to prayer and hard work.
As for the future, Matthews states “These are rough economic times to exist within the banking industry. However, my goal is to continue carrying out the mission and vision of our bank. I want to see these things become full circle during my tenure here. ” Patricia Matthews is originally from Greenville, Mississippi. She graduated cum laude from Concordia University, obtaining a bachelor of arts degree in management and communications. Matthews is also certified in Human Resources by Cardinal Stritch University. Prior to working at NMSBank, she worked at Wisconsin Gas ( now WE Energies ) for eight years, in various departments.
Since Matthews began working at NMSBank, the bank has received millions in grant money for its dedication to supporting and financing the community it serves. The bank’s assets also doubled to nearly $100 million. This past February, Matthews was honored as a corporate trailblazer by the Milwaukee Times Newspaper, along with other local professionals that have made a positive, lasting impact upon others within their selected career fields. This promotion to NMSBank Senior Vice President appears to be a sign of many great things to come for Patricia Matthews in the future.
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