River City Bank is proud to announce that Jennifer M. Selman, Assistant Vice President & Retail Banking Manager has completed the Graduate School of Banking program at Louisiana State University.

“The Graduate School of Banking at LSU is considered one of the most prestigious banking schools in the country, and we are thrilled Jennifer was able to represent River City Bank with her time there,” said River City Bank CEO Jamie Tallent. “The knowledge she has gained through this experience will be invaluable to the bank as we continue to drive value with our unique culture while creating an environment that will facilitate superior customer service, attract great talent, and achieving top-quartile financial performance. We as a company are so proud of her dedication and perseverance over the last three years.”

Selman brings more than 25 years of experience to her position at River City Bank, as well as a BS in Marketing and Management from Berry College.   In her current role at the bank, Jennifer manages the bank’s retail division, with additional responsibilities for cash management and marketing. She is actively involved in the community, serving as President of the Chiaha Guild of Arts and Crafts and is a Board Member of the Coosa Valley Tennis Association. She is a 2007 graduate of the Rome Floyd Chamber’s Leadership Rome program. Jennifer and her husband, Kevin, and their son, Cooper, are lifelong residents of Rome.

For over a half century, the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University has been a major provider of advanced financial education in the United States. The program is presented by the Southern States Conference at Louisiana State University and sponsored by 15 southern State Bankers Associations. Sessions for the three-year program are held each spring on the LSU campus in Baton Rouge, and students are expected to complete extensive bank study assignments in between. The School’s purpose is to fill the need for graduate level study by bank officers and others meeting admission requirements leading toward a broader knowledge and understanding of major banking functions.