Centier Bank Makes Appointments

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Don Baker and Janice Ortbring Don Baker and Janice Ortbring

Centier Bank has appointed Chief Information Officer Don Baker (pictured) a senior partner with the organization. He joined the bank after more than 20 years in the information technology industry. Baker oversees the bank’s Technical Solutions Center and has been instrumental in the modernization of the bank’s infrastructure, partnering with business leaders to deliver enhanced client solutions, and the emphasis on specialization within the Technical Solutions team. He has also played a critical role in the development of the expanded digital banking services and optimization of internal workflows.

Stephanie Parish has been appointed assistant vice president, retail marketing manager for the bank’s marketing department. She is a Certified Financial Marketing Professional through the American Bankers Association and serves on the board of directors and as treasurer for Junior Achievement Serving Pulaski County. Parish is also a graduate from the ABA School of Bank Marketing and Management and serves on the Membership Committee of First Christian Church in Francesville.

Janice Ortbring (pictured) has been named vice president and director of marketing. She joins the bank with more than 25 years of experience in developing marketing and advertising campaigns. Having served as VP of marketing, creative director and director of marketing and advertising, Ortbring was worked in every facet of marketing from conducting research to building brand awareness to implementing digital marketing programs. She was named as Business Weekly’s 30 Most Influential Women, founder of nonprofits One World, One Family, Yellow Door, and is credited as “Founding Mother to a City” for Chelsea Village, a community in which she served as trustee and charter commissioner.

Also, Gail Brickler has been appointed branch manager, officer serving West Lafayette’s Meijer in-store branch. She brings with her 14 years of experience in managing centers. Brickler is a past president of the Lafayette Rotary Club, an ambassador with the Greater Lafayette Chamber and a graduate from Class 45 of Leadership Lafayette.

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