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Thompson's Station Reliant Bank branch manager promoted to vice president

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Zina Harris

Zina Harris

Reliant Bank has promoted Zina Harris to vice president, learning and development manager, the bank recently announced. 

In her new role, Harris will support Reliant’s strategic training initiatives, providing leadership, direction and guidance to the bank’s team of learning specialists.

Harris holds 20 years of collective organizational training experience within the banking and hospitality industries. She joined the Reliant team in 2018 and most recently served in the position of AVP, branch manager at the bank’s Thompson’s Station location. Harris has played a key role in supporting the bank’s retail management training program, often helping to transition retail leaders during mergers and acquisitions.  

“As a learning advocate, I am passionate about the investment made to employee development and equipping our team with the skills and confidence needed to excel in what they do. This involves planning and affording the appropriate resources, relevant to career path and goals, while encouraging growth and success,” Harris said.

Harris is an active member of the community and currently serves as executive secretary and marketing committee chair for the Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. Harris is also a member of the Thompson’s Station Parks and Recreation Advisory Board and a representative of the Tennessee Bankers Association’s Women in Banking Committee.

“Learning and development is essential to navigating the very best growth path for our employees and organization,” said Olivia Hill, EVP and human resources director for Reliant Bank. “Zina’s knowledge and professional background will be a valuable asset to our training and development team. She will help position Reliant for growth by ensuring our team members are confident, knowledgeable and skilled in the delivery of exceptional customer service. We are pleased to promote her into this important role.”

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