ALBANY – Albany’s AB&T has announced the promotions of Brad McEwen and Tina Marbury, who have been named vice presidents of the bank.

McEwen, who has been with AB&T since April of 2016 as communications manager, will now serve as vice president of Branch Banking and Brand Execution. Marbury, who joined the bank in February of 2016, will take a more active role in AB&T’s accounting and financial performance while continuing in the role of senior credit analyst.

“I’m delighted to announce these promotions,” AB&T Chairman, President and CEO Luke Flatt said. “Brad and Tina have distinguished themselves as valuable members of the AB&T team and have already had a tremendous impact on the bank’s performance and its perception in the community. By positioning ourselves to take advantage of their diverse talents, I’m confident AB&T will continue to delight it clients and serve as the gold standard in community banking for years to come.”

A long-time resident of Albany, McEwen has been in banking for more than a decade, serving in numerous capacities, including retail sales, management and marketing. In his new role, he will oversee AB&T’s branch network, while continuing to be involved in the strategy and execution of the bank’s marketing. Additionally, he will continue to produce AB&T’s popular “Beyond the Bank” series.

McEwen holds an associate of arts degree in English from Darton State College, as well as BAs in English and Religion from the University of Georgia. McEwen is also involved in various civic and community organizations, including currently serving on the board of Leadership Albany, of which he was a graduate in 2010, and the board of The Anchorage faith-based recovery center.

A native Albanian, Marbury has nearly 20 years of experience in banking, primarily working in the areas of credit analysis and accounting.

Marbury is a graduate of Albany’s Deerfield-Windsor School and holds a BA in Business Administration with a focus in Human Resources Management from Georgia Southwestern State University. Additionally, she holds an American Bankers Association certification in Bank Financial Management and was a graduate of the Leadership Albany class of 2008.

Marbury is also involved in multiple community, civic and faith-based organizations, including currently serving as treasurer of the local advisory board of the Salvation Army and being an active volunteer at First United Methodist Church in Albany.

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