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Centier Bank Promotes Linda Risch to Community Relations Officer

Last Updated on May 10, 2023

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. – Michael E. Schrage, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Centier Bank, is proud to announce the recent promotion of Linda Risch to Community Relations Officer serving the bank’s Greater Indianapolis Market.

Risch joined Centier in 2019, serving as the branch manager of the brand new Fishers Crossing Branch, where she led her team in fostering relationships with clients in the Fishers community. She’s been in banking for the past 13 years in management roles, focusing mainly on retail banking.

In her new role as Community Relations Officer, Risch focuses on expanding Centier Bank’s presence in the Greater Indianapolis Market through community outreach, volunteerism, business development, CRA, financial education, and philanthropy.

The Fishers native resident said she’s excited to lead Centier’s outreach efforts while continuing to support clients and communities.

“I am thrilled to step into my new role while continuing to represent a company that I love and serving the Fishers community,” Risch said. “I have greatly enjoyed serving my neighbors for the past three years. I’m excited to create long lasting partnerships that enrich lives for an even better tomorrow.”

Risch, who is no stranger to volunteerism and philanthropy, won the banks’ Servant Heart Award in 2022. She has led Centier To You financial education courses as a volunteer at Dove Recovery House for Women, Habitat for Humanity, and Hamilton County Jail.

Dakita L. Jones, Community Relations Manager, congratulates Risch on her promotion and said there is no better person to lead the community relations effort in the Greater Indianapolis area.

“Linda is a true Servant’s Heart, she is always participating in community events and introducing people to the Centier difference,” Jones said. “I’m very proud to work alongside her to share our strong reputation with more clients and organizations in the community.”

For more information about Linda Risch, email [email protected].