Carpenter promoted at FNBC

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Molly_Carpenter_-_hi_resMarty Sellars, CEO and President of FNBC, recently announced the promotion of Molly Carpenter to Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations. Carpenter has been employed with FNBC for 2 years and was previously Director of Marketing & Public Relations.

Carpenter will continue to oversee all marketing and public relations activities for FNBC’s 10 locations. As a member of the bank’s senior management team, she will contribute to the bank’s overall management and strategic vision.

“Molly adds a great deal of marketing strength and professionalism to FNBC’s senior leadership team,” Sellars said. “She has transformed our marketing department into a high performing and highly recognized marketing function. Molly’s professional capabilities, combined with her high energy and charisma, make her a great addition to our team, and further exemplifies the bold past and the bright future at FNBC!”

Carpenter is a fourth generation community banker at FNBC Bank. Prior to joining the bank in 2014, she worked at Ozarka College in the Public Relations Office.

She is active in numerous community and professional organizations including immediate past-president of the Quad Cities Rotary Club, and serves on the Ozarka College Foundation Board, Sharp County Community Foundation Board, and the Spring River Ambulance Service Board of Directors.

In 2015, she was recognized by Arkansas Business as one of 20 in their 20s: The New Influentials, and as one of the Top 25 Community Bank Influencers on Twitter by the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA).

Carpenter, a native of Ash Flat and Highland High School alum, holds a Master of Business Administration from John Brown University and a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from Arkansas State University in Jonesboro. She is a member of the Graduate School of Banking in Colorado’s Class of 2017.

She is the daughter of FNBC Bank Chairman Martin Carpenter and wife, Lori.

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