You could say FNB stands for “Fun” National Bank. Meet Sarah Trapp, First National Bank’s Chief Fun Officer… a position that you may not have heard of before (but we think it’s pretty important at our bank). She’s been part of the First National Bank team since January 2017, and although she didn’t start out in banking, she’s certainly helped bring an outside perspective on what matters most in the lives of our customers (and employees).
A Non-Banker, Making Banking Better
Prior to Sarah’s role as a CFnO, she worked in family studies and human services making a difference in the lives of others in a non-financial way. It’s through this work where she gained a good deal of experience working with people, including at-risk children. She also worked as a Chief Development Officer for a large area non-profit, working closely with donors in the community to raise money and support their local initiatives.
Active in her church, she chairs their Outreach Committee and is a ringer in the bell choir. She enjoys spending time with friends and family to keep her busy and one thing you probably don’t know about Sarah is she’s “mom” to a fish named Moose.