Two Employees Graduate from Illinois Bankers Association Future Leaders Alliance
March 21, 2023
Heartland Bank and Trust Company is proud to announce local employees Dan Moffett and Nick Gentile have graduated from the Future Leaders Alliance (FLA) offered through the Illinois Bankers Association. The 14-month FLA program is dedicated to enhancing the professional development of promising bank leaders through three primary components: education, community service, and networking.
Participants were involved in comprehensive training, which involved attending educational sessions, performing local community service, and completing an advancement strategy project that brought value directly back to their banks and customers. The education sessions covered core topics such as Leadership and Influence, Service Leadership, Financial Marketing and Branding, Accounting for Bankers, Asset Liability Management, Cyber Security, and more.
Moffett is Assistant Vice President of Commercial Lending at Heartland Bank in Bloomington. Moffett has 10 years of banking and financial services experience, holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English, and is active with the Rotary and Master networks in the community. Originally from Paris, Illinois, Moffett now makes his home in Hudson with his wife and two children. Gentile is Assistant Vice President of Commercial Lending at Heartland Bank in Springfield. Gentile has over eight years of experience in banking and financial services, studied at the University of Indiana Northwest, is a member of the United Way of Central Illinois Board of Directors, and is the founder and co-president of RISE Springfield. Gentile resides in Springfield, Illinois, with his wife and child.
Heartland Bank and Trust Company is a community bank with assets of $5.2 billion. Headquartered in Bloomington, Illinois, the bank has offices throughout Illinois and in eastern Iowa. The bank offers a complete line of financial services to commercial and retail customers and municipal entities.
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