Ashley Jackson Named First Horizon Bank Treasury Management Sales Officer

Wednesday, November 10, 2021
First Horizon Bank, a member of the First Horizon Corp. family of companies, has named Ashley Jackson as treasury management sales officer of the Chattanooga and Northwest Georgia markets.

Ms. Jackson has 12 years of treasury experience in her roles as corporate practitioner and banking treasury sales officer. She will be responsible for attaining annual sales goals, developing and executing business plans and strategies based on corporate goals and initiatives and all aspects of business development for existing, new and prospective treasury management product sales.

Ms. Jackson said, “I am excited to work with an experienced group of banking professionals, while also working for a fantastic company with an extensive treasury product offering.”

“We are excited to welcome Ashley to the team.
Her many years of hands-on experience in the banking industry will play a pivotal role in helping our corporate clients continue to grow in the future,” said Jay Dale, Chattanooga market president. 

Ms. Jackson received her bachelor’s degree from Georgia State University. When she’s not working, Ms. Jackson enjoys walking, hiking, watersports, reading and volunteering for causes benefiting animals. She resides in Ringgold, and has worked in the Chattanooga area for the last six years.

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