Tiffanie Horton Named to Next 21: Most Powerful Women in Banking by American Banker

CAMP HILL, Pa.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Tiffanie Horton, Chief Credit Officer of LINKBANK, was named to Next 2021: Most Powerful Women in Banking nationally by American Banker magazine.

The Next program, an extension of American Banker’s Most Powerful Women in Banking, celebrates women, ages 40 and under, whose achievements set them apart in their companies’ leadership pipelines and who have demonstrated exceptional leadership over the past year.

This recognition celebrates Tiffanie’s many contributions to LINKBANK’s growth and success, most notably: supporting nearly $400 million in loan growth since 2019, and successfully providing over 900 Paycheck Protection Program loans supporting small businesses, all while leading her team and family during the heightened pandemic crisis.

“We are thrilled that Tiffanie is being recognized for her leadership both at LINKBANK and throughout our industry. Her talent and influence inspire and uplift our team and clients daily,” said Andrew Samuel, CEO.

See the complete list of honorees: https://www.americanbanker.com/list/wib-next


LINKBANK was formed in 2018 with a mission to positively impact lives through community banking. It is a Pennsylvania state-chartered bank delivering highly personalized services to individuals, families, nonprofit and business clients throughout Central and Southeastern Pennsylvania. At March 31, 2021, LINKBANK had approximately $421 million in total assets. LINKBANK is a subsidiary of LINKBANCORP, Inc. LINKBANCORP, Inc. common stock is traded over the counter (OTC Pink) under the symbol “LNKB.” To learn more visit: LINKBANK.com.

Joleen Brubaker
Corporate Relations Manager


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