Proudly strengthening communities for over a century.

After more than 100 years in business, FNBC demonstrates that a bank can be much greater than its balance sheet; it can be a powerful catalyst for community and individuals to pursue and achieve their highest aspirations. Chartered in 1912, FNBC’s century-long legacy has been forged through diligence, passion and execution. The result being an organization built by Community Bankers whose values are rooted in dependability, resourcefulness, honesty and integrity. At its century mark, FNBC is passionate about creating value for its customers and its communities. Its culture is strong; its core is vital. It has a bold past and a bright future.

Executive Leadership Team


Martin Carpenter

Chairman of the Board


Chief Executive Officer (Retired)


Marty Sellars

Marty Sellars

Chief Executive Officer





Chad Hudson




Dana Batterton

Executive Vice President
& Chief Risk Officer


Michael Burris

Michael Burris

Executive Vice President
& Chief Financial Officer



Trent Brown

Executive Vice President
& Chief Lending Officer
Community President – Jonesboro


Senior Management Team


Rebekah Guiltner

Senior Vice President, Internal Audit

2000 – Present


Steven Braun

Senior Vice President, Human Resources

2012 – Present


Molly J. Day

Senior Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer

2014 – Present


Amber Sharp

Senior Vice President, Chief Innovation & Technology Officer

2020 – Present


Jackson Balentine

Senior Vice President, Chief Credit Officer

2022 – Present


Brian Emison

Senior Vice President, Operations
& Chief Deposit Officer

2023 – Present


Ryan Howard

Regional Market President
Izard, Independence & Sharp Counties

2024 – Present


Kyle Davidson

Regional Market President
Baxter, Fulton, Howell & Wright Counties

2024 – Present

Board of Directors

Martin Carpenter

Chairman of the Board

Marty Sellars

Chief Executive Officer

Borum Cooper

Norma Orr

Rhonda Moody

Jeffrey Rigsby

FNBC is the definition of a community bank: community is at the core of everything we do, because we are #BetterTogether.

Our story begins in 1912, when our bank was first chartered to meet the needs of a rural, industrious community by a group of farmers and businessmen. These hard-working men recognized the need for a bank to serve the growing commerce of the area and to facilitate continued prosperity. Over the next 40+ years, the Bank would survive The Great Depression, two World Wars and a shift in the local economy from one built on a strong agricultural landscape to one driven by the desire of retirees to relocate to the beautiful, rolling foothills of the Ozarks.

Throughout our century-long history demonstrating diligence, passion and execution, we built an organization rooted in dependability, resourcefulness, honesty and integrity. After more than 100 years in north Arkansas, we’ve demonstrated that community banking is a powerful catalyst for community and individuals to pursue and achieve their highest aspirations.

FNBC received designation as a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) in 2016, and at the time, was only one of three in Arkansas. CDFIs are certified through a rigorous process by the CDFI Fund, part of the U.S. Department of Treasury, which indicates that the bank has devoted at least 60 percent of its total lending, services and other activities to benefit low income communities.

This designation allows FNBC Bank to be eligible for grant opportunities to ensure fair access to financial resources for underserved people and communities. Programs supported by FNBC’s CDFI designation include its First Chance Mortgage Program, Smart Start Credit Builder, and Topaz Checking, a BankOn Account.

Best Places to Work in Arkansas by Arkansas Business: 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022

Best Banks to Work For by American Banker Magazine: 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019, 2020, 2021


Interested in working at a bank named one of the Best Banks to Work For in 2015 by American Banker Magazine? We would love to visit with you.

If you are eager to learn, grow and achieve, FNBC Bank offers you a world of opportunity. Give us your best, and you will be rewarded with competitive benefits and career development opportunities.

What it takes to be an FNBC community banker:

  • Integrity in Word & Deed
  • Servant Leadership in Relationship
  • Accountability in Action

Please note that as job opportunities are posted, FNBC Bank positions remain available for an indefinite close date. FNBC Bank may extend or withdraw positions based on the candidate pool. All applicants will be notified upon closing or extending a position.

Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action

We consider applicants for employment without regard to race, color, gender, national origin, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, marital status, Veteran status or any other status protected by Federal, State or local law. Equal access to all programs, service, and employment is available to all persons.

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