Jenny Jereczek, director of Security Financial Bank’s ag banking department, was recently appointed to a three-year term on the Wisconsin Bankers Association (WBA) Ag Bankers Section Board. The WBA Agricultural Bankers Section, comprised of members who specialize in agricultural lending, is very active in government relations that affect agriculture.
At SFB, Jereczek uses her passion for agriculture to help her ag clients succeed. She has expertise in several government lending programs, including Farm Service Agency, SBA, WHEDA, and USDA programs, and is licensed to sell crop insurance.
“I am excited to be more involved in state policies that affect the agricultural industry and our clients,” Jereczek said.
The Wisconsin Bankers Association is the state’s largest financial industry trade association, representing over 200 commercial banks and savings institutions and more than 35,000 employees. WBA promotes a healthy environment for banks in Wisconsin through actively advocating for, educating, and supporting its members. WBA members who focus on one specific area may choose to join a section.
“It is great to see our bankers involved in local and state organizations such as WBA. It demonstrates our commitment to the industries and communities we serve,” said Mark Oldenberg, SFB president and CEO.