Jim Hoehn

CPBJ Staff//April 30, 2021

Jim Hoehn

CPBJ Staff//April 30, 2021

Jim Hoehn 

Regional President, Central Pennsylvania 

PNC Bank 

Hoehn’s top priority is bringing PNC’s industry-leading products and services to customers and communities locally through the bank’s Main Street Bank model. I aim to help cultivate diverse and talented teams that support each of our lines of business as they bring PNC’s expansive solution set to their clients. Finally, and importantly, I work with nonprofits, corporate and civic leaders to help support the vitality and prosperity of our region,” he said.  

He’s been with PNC for 25 years and has held his current position for 10 years. 

Hoehn is particularly proud of the work PNC has done to improve the lives of children in central PennsylvaniaWe have been intentional about forging relationships with local organizations that are working tirelessly to increase access to high-quality early childhood learning opportunities. I believe the difference we continue to make in this space will have a lasting impact on the economic stability and prosperity of our region for many years to come,” he said. 

I consider myself a lifelong learner, and I strive to stay curious and continue expanding my knowledge set. In my experience, professional titles are relatively meaningless, and I believe everyone can teach us something. When you stay curious, and you’re able to connect with individuals on a personal level, that is when growth, learning and true success happen,” Hoehn said. 

Personally, he enjoys spending time with his family, grandkids and dogs, and he likes to relax by spending time outdoors golfing and fishing. Professionally, Hoehn enjoys solving the strategy puzzle, whether that’s working to find solutions for PNC’s customers or helping nonprofits and civic groups he’s involved with position themselves for long-term success. 

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This profile is part of CPBJ's Banking and Finance Power 30 list for 2021. Information used in this profile was sourced from the honoree. See the full list at cpbj.com or in our digital edition.