Jaclyn Adams, Vice President and Relationship Banker at CNB’s West Hattiesburg Banking Centre, has been recognized as one of Mississippi’s 50 Leading Business Women for 2021 by the Mississippi Business Journal. The announcement was made in a luncheon held on Thursday, August 19th, at the Old Capitol Inn in Jackson.
The program's purpose is to recognize professional women who have made a significant contribution to society and the workplace. Selections are made from a list of women who are nominated based on their professional accomplishments, personal accomplishments, and their level of influence.
Jaclyn currently serves on the Board of the United Way of Southeast Mississippi and is serving as Pacesetter Chairperson for the United Way’s 2021-2022 Pacesetter Campaign. In addition, she also serves as a Finance Committee Member of the University of Southern Mississippi’s Alumni Association and is an active member of the Rotary Club of Hattiesburg. She is also a founding member of Kids Hub Child Advocacy Center in Hattiesburg.
Kevin Brewer, CNB’s South MS Regional President, recently commented: “Jaclyn has a passion for helping others and doing things the right way, and that passion is shown every day in what she does at the Bank and in the community. She has a terrific work ethic, high moral standards, and a presence about her that makes everyone calm and confident. In addition, she offers sound financial solutions for her customers that help them personally, in their businesses, and the communities that we serve.”
Congratulations, Jaclyn, for being recognized with this prestigious award. We are very proud to have you on our team!