FIELD & MAIN NAMES DRENNAN AS PRESIDENT, LEXINGTON MARKET
May 1, 2019
Jennifer Drennan has been named President, Lexington Market of Field & Main Bank. She most recently served as Senior Vice President, Chief Information Officer and formerly as Chief Retail Officer. Drennan brings 16 years of banking industry experience to the position, including in the areas of retail, lending, operations, information technology, and regulatory examining. She has been with Field & Main since 2013 (then BankTrust Financial).
In her new role, Drennan will provide the leadership necessary to maximize the growth and development of the Field & Main financial services brand in the greater Lexington area. She will as well be fully vested in representing Field & Main as it fulfills its corporate culture of faithful community stewardship.
Drennan earned her undergraduate degree and Master of Business Administration from Murray State University. She is a graduate of the FDIC University and is currently attending Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin - Madison, WI. Drennan currently serves as the Vice President of Midwest Central User Group with Jack Henry & Associates. She has also been actively engaged in her community serving on the Downtown Henderson Partnership Executive Board, as a Downtown Henderson Master Plan committee member and the chair of the Henderson Boys & Girls Club, set to open in August of this year. Drennan resides in Henderson, KY, but will soon be relocating to Lexington, KY.
Drennan succeeds Kathy Woods, a banking veteran who will retire in early June. During her tenure, she provided extraordinary leadership in her position with the company and she departs with our best wishes for the future.
Field & Main Bank® is a Kentucky-chartered community bank dedicated to serving Kentucky and Indiana with strong leadership, convenient banking facilities, and modern craft banking®. It was formed through the merger of Ohio Valley Financial Group and BankTrust Financial. Learn more at www.fieldandmain.com. Member FDIC.