Erika Lee Joins Bank of Tucson

Lee Erika CroppedAs our new Executive Assistant, Erika Lee will have a key role in interacting with our clients and our staff, as well as providing our ever-busy President, Mike Hannley, with the support he needs to make sure Tucson businesses have the banking services and counsel they need to thrive and grow.

Erika came to us from COUNTRY Insurance & Financial Services, where she interacted with policyholders and agents and acted as a liaison between the agents and their office network, as well as providing general support. She’s fluent in English and Spanish, and she is a self-described people person.

“I really enjoy interacting with people,” she said. “I can be very social, but I’m also very observant.”

One thing Erika’s noticed since she started working at Bank of Tucson is the high level of customer service and positive energy that “stands out in my work history.” She’s already been quick to hit her stride at Bank of Tucson, saying, “They welcomed me so quickly that I feel like I’ve been here for years.”

Erika has expanded her community involvement through her work as a board member with Cascade Foundation of Southern Arizona, with a mission that is focused on providing a local support system for the bleeding disorder community in Southern Arizona. While she has volunteered in the past with Susan G. Komen and the American Diabetes Foundation, Cascade is her first experience serving on a board.

“When I began volunteering with the Cascade Foundation board, I was intrigued by how they give back – not just to a great cause, but also to one that’s exclusively focused on Southern Arizona. Through my board service, I’ve learned so much about hemophilia and the need to help people who have to deal with this genetic bleeding disorder.”

Erika encourages anyone who may want to volunteer with Cascade Foundation to contact the organization or even serve on its board. “This board is a great group of dynamic people, and we’re always looking for Tucsonans who want to make a difference in our community,” she said.

When she’s not working or helping charitable organizations, Erika likes to seize any opportunity to spend time with her family, including her teenage daughter, who has a talent for softball. “I’m at the ballpark most weekends, rooting her on,” she said.

Erika has her own fans here at Bank of Tucson. We’re excited to have her on our team, and we hope you have the chance to meet her.

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Posted on June 14, 2017, in New Hires and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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