Centric Bank CFO Sandra Schultz was recently appointed to the board of the Cleve J. Fredricksen Library in Camp Hill, while the bank’s chief retail officer Leslie Meck is joining the advisory board of the Harrisburg Salvation Army.
Schultz joining library board
Schultz was appointed in March to the board’s finance committee. The board as a whole handles responsibilities like strategic planning and community advocacy for the library.
“Centric Bank has been a long time partner with the Borough of Camp Hill and several Camp Hill community organizations to provide programs and services for its residents,” Schultz said in a news release from Centric Bank. “My service on the board is a further commitment to the community of Camp Hill.”
Schultz has served as CFO and executive vice president of Lower Paxton Township-based Centric Bank since 2008. She is also a member of the Financial Managers Society and Treasurer for the Parents Association of Harrisburg Academy.
The Cleve J. Fredricksen Library is a nonprofit serving Hampden, East Pennsboro and Lower Allen townships, as well as the boroughs of Camp Hill, Lemoyne and Wormleysburg in Cumberland County. It is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year.
Meck joining Salvation Army board
Meck was appointed in March to the Harrisburg Salvation Army’s advisory board, which coordinates work like fund raising, public relations, program development and property management for the nonprofit.
She will serve on the board’s audit, program and community outreach and special events committees.
“The Salvation Army Harrisburg is blessed with dedicated, effective community leaders like Leslie Meck who guide and support our efforts in the community,” Major John Griner of The Salvation Army said in a news release from Centric. “We appreciate the support of Centric Bank, and are grateful for Leslie’s willingness to serve.”
Meck also serves as co-chair for the United Way of the Capital Region’s Day of Caring and is a member of the executive leadership team and Circle of Red for the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women campaign. She has been on the Pennsylvania Bankers Association School of Banking advisory committee since 2014.