Carter Bank & Trust Community Banking Officer James Cabler was recently named to the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce’s 40 under 40 list.
The list celebrates and recognizes young talent that lives and works for businesses in the New River Valley that are making a difference in the community.
“It’s an incredible honor and I’m humbled to be recognized by the Montgomery County Chamber,” Cabler said. “I am grateful to work for a company that empowers its employees to be ambassadors and advocates for the communities we serve.”
“James is a mover and shaker for Montgomery County,” said Stefany Shaw, vice president and area manager for Carter Bank & Trust. “He has a true passion for the people and community and is making a difference in Montgomery County.
“This award is well deserved.”
The bank, which is headquartered in Martinsville and has branches throughout Virginia and North Carolina, also was named a Best Place to Work in the New River Valley and a Top Tier Financial Services Institution in the New River Valley for 2022.
“We’ve worked very hard to build a culture that’s rewarding for our employees and makes us a desirable place to work, while also offering financial solutions to fit almost every need,” Commercial Market Manager Jason Hardy said. “To see that work be recognized by the Chamber serves as great validation that we’re doing good things in the New River Valley.”
Carter Bank & Trust has six branches throughout the New River Valley, including Blacksburg, Christiansburg and Radford.
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