Lindsey Snider, President, Central National Bank, Junction City, has completed the Kansas Bankers Association’s 2022 Bank Leaders of Kansas Program. Snider graduated from the program on Feb. 8 at the KBA’s Harold A. Stones Government Relations Conference in Topeka.
As a member of the 2022 BLOK class, Snider participated in a series of four training sessions designed to build her leadership skills and knowledge of the banking industry. Specifically, the class learned about the structure and governance of the KBA, which represents and serves the state’s banks in the areas of government relations, law, education and insurance, and the state legislative and regulatory processes. Participants honed their individual leadership skills and discovered keys to team building. During the fourth and final session, class members visited Washington, D.C. to observe how Congress and the federal banking regulatory agencies operate. Through the program, the class has increased its involvement in the KBA and developed meaningful relationships with state and federal lawmakers.
Lindsey is entering her 20th year as a member of the Central National Bank team. Having worked in many areas of the bank, she has presided over the Junction City Market the last 5 years as Market President. When not attending community events or school functions, you can find Lindsey coaching her kids in sports or cheering on the KSU Wildcats. Lindsey has three children, Cade, Addy and William and has been married to her husband Caleb for 16 years. Congratulations to Lindsey on a job well done!
The Kansas Bankers Association, a statewide association founded by bankers in 1887, represents and serves its 211 member banks out of its office in Topeka.