Melodie Yarnell has joined Jackson County Bank as assistant vice president, risk management, compliance and security.
Yarnell comes to the bank with more than 17 years of banking experience, according to a news release from the Seymour-based bank, which has 10 locations in four counties.
Her most-recent position was with Heartland Community Bank, where she was vice president of human resources and loan operations.
In her new role with Jackson County Bank, she will be responsible for ensuring the bank maintains adequate strategic, operational, financial, reputation and legal risk controls in full compliance with all banking laws, regulations and internal policies and procedures. In addition, she will be responsible for bank-wide compliance and personal, as well as physical, security programs, policies and procedures.
Yarnell holds bachelor and master degrees in business administration from Indiana Wesleyan University. She currently serves as president of the board of Habitat for Humanity in Johnson County. She also serves as chairwoman for the Women Build Committee for Habitat for Humanity in Johnson County and is a member of the family selection committee.
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