Georgia Trend has named Stephen Bradshaw among the magazine’s 40 Under 40. He is a VP, Commercial Loan Officer of Queensborough National Bank and Trust.
Georgia Trend is honoring 40 of the state’s best and brightest young leaders. Many are lawyers, business executives and nonprofit owners; others are entrepreneurs, educators and medical professionals. All are bright, determined and willing to take risks. Perhaps most impressive of all: in addition to being at the top of their field professionally, many are also known for their service to others outside of work. Georgia Trend selected this group from hundreds of nominations submitted statewide by colleagues, neighbors and loved ones.
Stephen joined Queensborough in 2015 and was later promoted to serve in his current position as Vice President, Commercial Loan Officer. He earned his BA in Psychology and MBA in Business Administration from Mercer University.
“What an honor it is to be included in this group of Georgians,” says Bradshaw. “In my role as a community banker, I get to walk alongside business owners in our community to help navigate their banking needs so that their businesses can thrive. As those businesses thrive, so does our community.”
Bradshaw is a graduate of Leadership Augusta Class of 2019 and a 2016 graduate of Leadership Columbia County. Currently, he serves as a deacon of Redeemer Presbyterian Church, volunteers as a board member of the local American Red Cross and participates in the grant panel of the Community Foundation.
40 Under 40 honorees will be celebrated on October 25th, 2023 at the Atlanta History Center. To learn more visit Georgia Trend.
Founded in 1902, Queensborough National Bank & Trust Co. recently celebrated 120 years of community banking in Georgia. Queensborough was named Great Place to Work and Best of Georgia in 2022, Best Small Bank in Georgia for 2021 by Newsweek and has 27 locations throughout the state. For more information, visit www.QNBTRUST.bank and find Queensborough on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube and Instagram.