NB|AZ Hires New Senior Vice President

National Bank of Arizona (NB|AZ) announced Bridget Cooney as its new senior vice president (SVP), retail banking group manager. Bridget brings more than 25 years of banking industry experience to her new position at NB|AZ.

In her role as SVP, retail banking group manager, Cooney will be responsible for sales and service delivery at seventy-two branch offices statewide, as well as enhancing the overall customer experience across all bank channels. She will work directly under Brent Cannon, executive vice president (EVP) and director of community banking.

“I am thrilled to join the NB|AZ team,” Cooney said. “I feel truly aligned with the bank’s core values and mission, and am confident that my leadership and business development skills will add considerable value to the retail banking group.”

Originally from the Midwest, Cooney graduated from Indiana University with a Bachelor of Science degree, and later earned her Master of Business Administration degree from W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. Bridget has worked in several large markets including Columbus, Dallas and Phoenix, growing her career from branch manager to sales and service coach, district manager, market manager and regional sales manager. Most recently, she represented Comerica Bank as an SVP, regional manager, where she worked to expand the bank’s Arizona market, while developing a sales culture to grow the bank’s business and profitability.

Cooney is based out of the NB|AZ Corporate Center located at 6001 N. 24th St., Phoenix.

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