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2022-2023 Youth Advisory Board Members Announced

Published on December 15, 2022

2022-2023 Youth Advisory Board Members Announced

Queensborough National Bank & Trust Co. has named participants of the bank’s 2022-2023 Youth Advisory Board.

The youth board was developed to help support the bank’s overall mission of serving its communities. After taking a break during the pandemic, the program is back with 12 outstanding 11th and 12th graders from the Washington County area. This group, comprised of students from Washington County High School and Brentwood, will attend monthly meetings for lessons in leadership development, personal financial education and the importance of community service.

2022 – 2023 Youth Advisory Board Members:

Isabel Ahrens - Brentwood School

Ellie Atkinson - Brentwood School

Amirreyona Bell - Washington Co. High School

Baylen Braswell - Washington Co. High School

Callie Duggan - Washington Co. High School

Ree Hatfield - Washington Co. High School

Maddy Grace May - Washington Co. High School

Caitlyn McCrary - Brentwood School

Wells Muller - Brentwood School

Jaquan PowelL - Washington Co. High School

Savannah Wilbanks - Washington Co. High School

Summer Wilbanks - Washington Co. High School


“Queensborough is a forward-thinking bank, and when I think about the future I think about the next generation of adults. I have a passion to instill qualities in these youth that will help them in their future whether it includes college, career or just life in general. I want to see them make better decisions because of the things we expose them to,” said Leigh Jordan, Queensborough’s assistant vice president and branch manager. 


Founded in 1902, Queensborough National Bank & Trust Co. is celebrating 120 years of community banking in Georgia. Queensborough was named Best Small Bank in Georgia for 2021 by Newsweek and has 27 locations throughout the state. For more information, visit and find Queensborough on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn,  YouTube and Instagram.

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Author: Sarah Beth McMillan

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