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Today’s spotlight: Keri Tignini
Executive director, market executive
Tignini leads a team of middle market banking professionals focused on serving the financial needs of commercial banking clients in the Intermountain Region. Tignini has 24 years of experience in the banking industry with a focus on domestic and global treasury, credit products, liquidity management, international trade, foreign exchange and capital markets.
Lesson learned in 2020: “One of my favorite quotes is, ‘Lead yourself with your head and lead others with your heart.’ The power of empathy showed up in many ways this year, as we all managed through unprecedented demands. I hope we all take some of the grace we’ve shown each other back into the world as we emerge from the pandemic.”
Leadership vision: “I’ve always been inspired by leaders who are wise, authentic, and humble. Early on in my career, I saw what they’d accomplish and how they’d make their team better. From then on, I wanted to be someone that could inspire others to achieve and impart a shared vision for success.”
Surprising fact: “Im a huge Disneyland fan. Growing up as a kid in Montana, going to Disneyland was a big deal and I’ve loved experiencing it all over again with my kids. My year isn’t complete without a dinner at Blue Bayou and a ride on Big Thunder Mountain.”