Northwest Georgia Bank's Ramsey Receives Diploma From Graduate School Of Banking At LSU

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Jennifer Ramsey, Assistant Vice President & Branch Manager, Northwest Georgia Bank, Chattanooga, is among the 155 bankers that received graduation diplomas on June 7 from the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University.  Ms. Ramsey is the only graduate from the Chattanooga area. This three-year program provides courses covering all aspects of banking, economics and related subjects.

Students traveled from twenty states and Mexico to participate in this Session.

Sponsored by 15 southern state bankers associations in cooperation with the Division of Continuing Education at LSU, the banking school requires attendance on campus for three years, with extensive bank study assignments between sessions. The faculty consists of bankers, business and professional leaders, and educators from all parts of the U.S.

During their three years at the Graduate School of Banking, students receive 180 hours of classroom instruction, thirty hours of reviews, planned evening study, and written final examinations at the end of each session.

Ms. Ramsey is a 2005 graduate of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, majoring in Business Administration.  She has been with Northwest Georgia Bank for five years and previously worked at Wells Fargo Financial. 

Ms. Ramsey is involved with the Ronald McDonald House Charities, the Chattanooga Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, teaches Junior Achievement classes and is a member of the Chattanooga Women’s Leadership Institute. She resides in Ooltewah with her family. 


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