Athena Parthenon Award recipients must meet of three specific criteria:
- Assist women in reaching their full professional and leadership potential;
- Demonstrate excellence, creativity, and initiative in their business category; and
- Provide valuable service by devoting, or allowing their employees to devote time and energy to improve the quality of life for others in the community.
CNB Chairman and CEO Craig Connor shared that the majority of the organization’s professional development dollars, $90,000 total in the past year, are invested in female employees. “Women make up 50% of our senior management and 65% of overall management, and 53% of our officers are women. Not only do we support the development of women, we also recognize professional achievements through promotion. Winning the Athena Parthenon Award is a great honor for our organization.”
County National Bank is committed to serving the community, banking on building a better future for all.