William “Smokey” Glover will lead Fulton Financial Corp.’s community service initiatives as the company’s new director of fair and responsible banking.
In this role, Glover will run the day-to-day activities of Fulton Forward, the Lancaster-based banking group’s effort to expand home ownership and promote economic development and financial literacy, according to a news release from Fulton.
Glover started his career at Fulton in 1996 as a sales trainer and most recently served as senior vice president and retail sales leader for Fulton Bank’s Lancaster and York divisions.
“Smokey’s long history with our company and his customer-facing experience are exactly what we are looking for to lead this new program,” Fulton Financial’s chairman, president and CEO E. Philip Wenger said in the release. “He has a strong passion for this segment of our market, and in his new role, he will enhance our ability to help even more people in our company’s five-state service area.”
A lifelong Lancaster resident, Glover has held leadership positions at nonprofits like Crispus Attucks Community Center, Crispus Attucks Neighborhood Development Organization and the Inner City Economic Development Group.
He is an alum of Juniata College and the Pennsylvania Bankers Association’s Advanced School of Banking.