Community (Banking) Differentiators

Guided by a vision for a vibrant community that embraces diversity, equity and inclusion, Park Bank has been one of the leading advocates for local businesses and nonprofits, supporting several Dane County-based organizations such as Centro Hispano, Bayview Foundation, Domestic Abuse Intervention Services (DAIS), Maydm, Second Harvest, the Greater Madison Chamber and many more.

Several female leaders are at the forefront of Park Bank’s ongoing community support efforts, including Angelica Mojica,Danessa Bishop,Eglantina Anderson, Kelly Powell, Rebecca Unverzagt, Reyna Jarquin, Renae Sigall, Suzanne Johnson, Sarah Brenden and Sujhey Beisser.

Park Bank measures success not just on the numbers in our financial statement, but in how we’re improving the lives of others.

“Providing financial solutions for Dane County to better the community has always been the principal focus at Park Bank,” says Suzanne Johnson, FVP, Branch Banking.

The Madison-based community bank has the statistics to validate Johnson’s statement. In 2022, Park Bank associates volunteered a total of 3,927 hours. The bank also funded $107,211,905.53 in loans, financed more than $28 million for nonprofit clients and donated $540,509 to local organizations.

“We participate in intentional and strategic partnerships with organizations we believe offer an opportunity for Park Bank to positively impact our community,” says Sujhey Beisser, AVP, Strategy & Development.

Leaders in Park Bank’s consumer banking division are proving that when strong leadership and compassion meet opportunity,it creates positive outcomes.

“I’m grateful to work for a bank that empowers us as leaders to look beyond our day-to-day responsibilities and see the bigger picture,”Beisser said.

Park Bank

1815 Greenway Cross, Madison, WI 53713 | 608.278.2801 [email protected] | parkbank.com


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