Kelly A. Roberts Named Executive Director of Community Banking
American National Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of Kelly A. Roberts as Executive Director of Community Banking. Roberts will direct all Community Banking functions in line with the Bank’s overall goals and objectives by uniting teams across markets and consumer-based lines of business.
“Kelly has been a valued member of the American National Bank leadership team for 21 years. Her depth and diversity of experience with a specific focus on the customer, have been instrumental in her success of retaining and growing top-tier relationships. This is an exciting time at American National Bank as our trajectory of growth is a direct reflection on the employees who are part of our high-performance team.” said Bill Klein, CEO.
With over 20 years commercial lending experience, in addition to her previously held positions in both the mortgage and retail areas of banking, this breadth of experience positions her to be uniquely qualified for this new role. Ms. Roberts most recently served as Executive Vice President of Banking- Market Development where she was responsible for establishing and managing retail and commercial clients as well as fostering a collaborative environment throughout the organization. She previously served as Commercial Banking Division Head and Market President for American National Bank’s Suburban Bank Group.
Ms. Roberts is a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Omaha with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. Over her career, she has served on many civic and non-profit association boards including Sarpy County Economic Development Corporation and Sarpy YMCA. She is a current board member of Gross High School Endowment Foundation and the Papillion LaVista School Foundation.
About American National Bank
American National Bank is the second largest locally owned bank based on deposits in the Omaha/Council Bluffs market area. With $3.6 billion in assets and greater than 525 employees, it operates 30 full-service offices in Nebraska and Iowa, and 7 locations in Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota, operating under Western Bank, a Division of American National Bank. American National Bank also has loan production offices in Kansas and Texas.