Embassy Bank promotes 3
Embassy Bank for the Lehigh Valley has announced three recent promotions.
Embassy Bank promoted Michelle Barron to vice president of deposit operations.
Barron has 17 years of community banking experience, the most recent eight years with Embassy as assistant vice president, deposit operations.
Barron is a supporter of the Best Friends Animal Society, North Shore Animal Rescue League and the Association for Animal Protective Legislation and Law Enforcement.
Embassy Bank promoted Kathryn Wyant to assistant vice president in the finance department.
Wyant, who has five years of community banking experience, has been with Embassy for the past two years, most recently in the finance department as assistant treasurer and, more recently, assistant controller.
Wyant received a Bachelor's in Accounting from Moravian College and recently completed the Uniform CPA examination of the American Institute of CPAs. She is a member of the Pennsylvania Institute of CPAs.
Wyant serves is a volunteer with the Grocery Shopper Program for homebound seniors in Hunterdon County, N.J.
Embassy Bank promoted Antonio Dias to assistant treasurer in the finance department.
Dias joined Embassy after graduating from The Pennsylvania State University in 2010 with a bachelor's degree in economics from the university's Smeal College of Business. Dias previously held the post of operations banker in Embassy's finance department.
Dias is a supporter and participant in the annual Bowl for Kids' Sake fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Lehigh Valley.