COCC clients named new leaders in banking

SOUTHINGTON, CT (January 18, 2022) — The Connecticut Bankers Association (CBA) announced its annual New Leaders in Banking, recognizing outstanding bank employees, managers and business leaders in Connecticut. Honorees were selected by an independent panel of judges vetting nominees from CBA-member banks for their passion and impact within their bank and their community. The CBA honored this year’s New Leaders in Banking with a special banquet January 13 at Mohegan Sun in conjunction with the annual BankWorld conference. Of the 13 individuals honored, 11 members of this year’s class represent COCC clients.

“We are proud to see our clients recognized for their outstanding contributions not only to their banks, but also to their communities,” noted Michelle Orsini, VP of Relationship Management at COCC. “We congratulate all of this year’s New Leaders for this award.”

COCC Clients Recognized as New Leaders in Banking:

Kelly Allard Chelsea Groton Bank
Jean McGran Chelsea Groton Bank
Lauren Sposato Dime Bank
Wendy Souppa Fairfield County Bank
Anne Rivers Ion Bank
David Mitchell Liberty Bank
Romika Odedra Peoples Bank
Stacey Curtis Salisbury Bank
Whitney Cadett Thomaston Savings Bank
Kelly Crone Thomaston Savings Bank
Nate Adajian Windsor Federal Savings and Loan

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COCC delivers the most comprehensive core partnership in the industry, combining a collaborative approach with the most highly adopted, feature-rich, modern standards-based core banking platform available. Its digital banking solution ensures that clients provide a rich and intuitive user experience, coupled with personalization driven by advanced machine learning models. Through extensive in-house development and using APIs to streamline innovative fintech integrations, COCC clients leverage a complete suite of modern financial technology solutions. COCC has been client-owned for over 50 years, acting as a partner with an unmatched focus on client service to help community banks and credit unions meet their unique and ever-changing needs. To learn more, visit


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