LEXINGTON, Ky. — Traditional Bank has promoted Jordan Parker to vice president for client relationships.
As part of the bank’s business development team, Parker specializes in building relationships with new and existing customers. He joined the bank in 2004 and worked for two years as a teller and CSR in Montgomery and Fayette counties. As Traditional Bank’s central Kentucky footprint grew, he left his role inside the branch and began working to develop new non-profit and business client relationships.
“Jordan is extremely knowledgeable when it comes to the unique banking needs of local businesses and non-profits, which is very valuable. But the thing that makes Jordan even better in his role is how much he truly cares about people,” said Traditional Bank CEO Andy Baker.
Parker graduated from Centre College in May of 2004. He is also a graduate of Leadership Kentucky (Class of 2019), and Leadership Lexington (Class of 2016), and today serves on the Leadership Lexington steering committee.
As a Lexington native, Parker has a strong commitment to his community. He is board president of Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky (PCAK); vice-chair, Lexington Public Library Board of Trustees; board member of CivicLex; and a member of the LFUCG Economic Development Investment Board. He also served as a mentor for 10 years with Amachi, a one-on-one mentoring program that works with children and teens impacted by parental incarceration.
Traditional Bank is a locally-owned, community bank with assets of approximately $2 billion and 16 banking centers in six Kentucky counties.