February is a time to come together in celebration of the contributions that Black Americans have made throughout American history and a time to pause and reflect on the ongoing struggle for equality and social justice. The theme of Black History Month this year is, The Black Family: Representation, Identity and Diversity. As we take into consideration all that Black History Month represents, I cannot help but think about how timely and appropriate this theme is given all that our country, and specifically our Black neighbors, endured in 2020. While the year has ended, the work for racial justice continues.
This Valentine’s Day, we’ve been thinking a lot about how much we care about our customers, employees, and the communities we serve.
Tompkins Financial Corporation has hired Cindy Armstrong as Commercial Banking Relationship Manager. She will report to Karen Parkes, Senior Vice President of Commercial Banking.
Tap. Sign Up. Make a Difference - an easy request that benefited so many. In early fall, Tompkins donated $5 dollars to our local United Way chapters for every new user that signed up for our digital banking service. The donation directly benefitted the United Way’s COVID Relief Fund to help our communities during this trying time.
Tompkins Financial Corporation Promotes Amanda Catone to Officer, Assistant Branch Manager
Tompkins Financial Corporation has promoted Amanda Catone to Officer, Assistant Branch Manager. She is reporting to Deborah Hoover, Branch Manager of the Main Office. Catone, who has six years of experience in the financial industry, will be responsible for overseeing the daily branch operations which includes the management of the Universal Bankers and teller staff, providing sales leadership and guidance, as well as monitoring service and sales quality levels. Additionally, Catone will mentor, coach, and develop staff to achieve goals.
Tompkins Financial Corporation Hires Aurelia Mensh as Human Resources Business Partner
Tompkins Financial Corporation has hired Aurelia Mensh as the Human Resources Business Partner. She will report to Bonita Lindberg, SVP Director of Human Resources.
Tompkins Trust Company and the Legacy Foundation are pleased to announce that five Tompkins County teachers were recognized with certificates and monetary awards for their outstanding efforts to improve education in their districts. This year’s Raymond Van Houtte Teacher Award’s recipients are Jamie McCaffrey of Newfield School District, Josh Antoine of Cayuga Heights Elementary School, Meggie New of Ithaca High School, Josh Chase of Ithaca High School, and Jamie Zervos of Ithaca High School.