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Face of Women in Banking

Elevating the champions of free enterprise.
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Left to right in front seated: Megan Henry, SVP/Mortgage Loan Originator; Denise Miller, VP/Relationship Commercial Banker Left to right back row: Melanie Smith, SVP/Compliance and Risk Officer; Jasmine Evans, VP/ Treasury Management Sales Manager; Lynne Minter, VP/Executive Director Human Resources; Pamela McQuade, VP/Executive Director Business Education, Marketing & Branding; Laura Jones, VP/Relationship Commercial Banker; Susan Tyler, SVP/Loan Administration Director Matthew Shelley

With a mission to “elevate the champions of free Enterprise,” Texas Security Bank is committed to reinforcing the mission by working to educate business owners, elevate its team and community, and lead through innovation and exemplary customer service. In 2021, the proportion of women in leadership roles within banking and financial services was a staggering 24%, according to a recent report included in a Deloitte Insights article. The Texas Security Bank culture and its team are what make the difference, and noting this gap within the industry, wanted to recognize the contribution of the women of Texas Security Bank.  

“I’m honored to work alongside such an impressive group of female leaders at Texas Security Bank,” says Pamela McQuade, vice president and executive director TSB business education, marketing, and branding. “These women have made significant contributions and implemented many successful initiatives for the company. From launching top-notch technology innovations to managing departments that are responsible for the daily customer experience, I’m proud to work with an organization that values the contributions of women in banking.”

As an institution that celebrates its wins, Texas Security Bank is proud to have been recognized for the awards won in the past year, including The Dallas Morning News People’s Choice Award for Best Bank in DFW, Dallas Business Journal’s Best Places to Work, and D CEO’s Financial Executive Awards.

“What sets us apart from other community banks is our commitment to serving our clients as a true business partner,” says Craig Scheef, Texas Security Bank’s CEO. “As demonstrated by the awards and recognition we’ve recently received, we truly value winning together as a team and look forward to achieving new heights in the future. We are proud to be an organization with so many valued women leaders at the helm, helping us shape the future of our bank.”


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