The Old National Bank Foundation has a new president. Joe Kiser, a member of the Old National Bank team for 13 years, will lead the giving arm of Old National Bank.
“Joe is a trusted leader and connector who excels at developing strategic community partnerships, embodies our values and culture, and consistently leads with care and compassion,” said Stephanie Roland, community outreach director, senior vice president for Old National Bancorp, in a press release. “He will serve as a partner, adviser and resource — both internally and externally — as we strive to drive positive community outcomes.”
According to the Old National Bank website, the foundation “makes contributions to nonprofit organizations to fund widespread community impact programs and/or projects.” The foundation supports programs that improve quality of life in areas of Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa and Wisconsin.
Kiser most recently was the community development manager for the Michigan and Northern Indiana markets. He graduated from Grand Valley State University in Michigan where he is pursuing his master’s degree in social innovation.
Kiser has taught more than 100 community financial education classes during the past three years.
Old National Bancorp is the holding company of Evansville-based Old National Bank, which has more than 250 banking centers in the Midwest.