The MBA is dedicated to enhancing professional development for Michigan’s young bankers/emerging leaders and prepare them to become the industry’s next generation of leaders.
Emerging leaders Nicole Drake and Jodie Borowicz, Citizens National Bank of Cheboygan, take in the sites during the ABA/MBA GR Summit and ABA Emerging Leaders Forum in March, Washington, D.C.
Michigan Bankers Association is here to help guide you through your banking career. To help you with the process, below you will find recommended training for various functional positions within a bank. These training resources can help you build the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in your current role and prepare for future growth opportunities. Please also visit our leadership development page.
Talent gathers here.
BankTalentHQ is the premier talent management site for financial industry careers, brought to you by an alliance of state banking associations working together. Whether you are looking for a job with a financial institution, a service provider or a regulator, or you are an employer with a position to fill, BankTalentHQ is here to help you find what you need!
Committee volunteers are the backbone of the MBA's legislative, educational and member service efforts.
for more information on participating on an MBA Committee.
Consistent grassroots efforts are vital when it comes to persuading legislators how to vote on a specific issue. Getting to know your legislator makes your contact with them even more important. As a constituent, your concerns are important to your congressman and state representatives. Please contact
at (517) 342-9067.
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Women in Banking Resources
"As women in banking, we have a great deal to offer – dedication, creativity, wisdom, experience. Banking needs these skills and the unique perspectives that each of you bring to the table.
This is our moment to make a difference."
—Laurie Stewart, Vice Chairman, ABA
President and CEO, Sound Community Bank, Seattle, WA