Waller Named Emerging Leaders Section Council Vice President

Jamie Waller was installed as the 2012-2013 Vice President of the Arkansas Bankers Association’s Emerging Leaders Section Council at the annual Emerging Leaders Conference, which was held June 21-22, at the Doubletree Hotel in Little Rock.

Jamie Waller (Contributed photograph)

Waller has been with Peoples Bank for over ten years. He currently holds the position of Vice President/Chief Lending Officer.

Waller is a 1999 graduate of Magnolia High School and a 2003 graduate of Southern Arkansas University where he received his degree in business administration with an emphasis in finance. He is a member of the First Methodist Church of Magnolia where he teaches Sunday school and is very active in the community. He currently serves as the SAU Alumni Board Past-President, Magnolia Track and Field Booster Club Treasurer, United Way Board Member, and is a member of Rotary. Waller also serves on the City of Magnolia Planning Commission. Waller is a 2006 graduate of Leadership Magnolia and 2010 graduate of the LSU Graduate School of Banking.

He is married to Caroline Talbot Waller.

The primary focus of the Emerging Leaders Section Council is to provide information concerning educational opportunities available for its members. The ELS was established to provide leadership training ground for young bankers. It was designed to enhance banking careers, to offer its members the opportunity to learn, to meet bankers across the state, to network with other banks and to be productive members of the banking profession.

For more information about the Emerging Leaders Conference, please contact Kami Taylor Coleman at (501) 376-3741.

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