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IBC Bank-Houston Vice President Shayla White Awarded 2020 Greater Houston Women's Chamber Ambassador of the Year Award

Wednesday, March 11, 2020
IBC Bank-Houston Vice President Shayla White Awarded 2020 Greater Houston Women's Chamber Ambassador of the Year Award

(MARCH 11, 2020) HOUSTON - IBC Bank-Houston Assistant Marketing Vice President Shayla White was presented with the Ambassador of the Year award at the 2020 Greater Houston Women's Chamber of Commerce Awards luncheon last month. This distinguished award honors the individual who has gone above and beyond for the organization, showing countless efforts to engage and lead current members, as well as contributing to the recruitment of new members.


"I am proud to support the Greater Houston Women's Chamber of Commerce, an organization that provides women with a platform to share their voice, as well as the skills to build valuable business connections," said White. "I feel honored to be recognized by this community as a leader within the organization. I was initially introduced to this group of women by my colleagues at IBC Bank, and I share this recognition with the entire IBC Bank team."


White joined IBC Bank-Houston as a Senior Sales Representative in January 2008. Over the course of her career, she has been involved in several facets of the organization, including her roles as Retail Branch Support Supervisor, Assistant Vice President Human Resources Manager and Assistant Training Department Vice President. In her current position as Assistant Marketing Vice President, Shayla oversees the IBC Bank Minitropolis® program, which teaches financial literacy and life skills and improves student's attitudes toward learning by applying real life scenarios to classroom concepts.


As a true community bank that is dedicated to "Doing More" for both customers and community members, IBC Bank is committed to encouraging both company-wide and individual involvement in local organizations and philanthropic endeavors. IBC Bank supports its employees in pursuing leadership and community involvement opportunities both on a local and national level.


"IBC Bank is thankful to have such talented community leaders in our Houston market," explained IBC Bank-Houston Chairman and CEO Jay Rogers. "Shayla serves as a role model both inside our organization and throughout the city of Houston. Her steadfast commitment to service has contributed significantly to the success of the bank and the community at large, and I am appreciative of her ability to lead others to greatness."


The Greater Houston Women's Chamber of Commerce (GHWCC) is a nonprofit business organization of highly influential and diverse women and men dedicated to the advancement and empowerment of women through avenues of leadership, education, advocacy and mentoring. GHWCC provides unlimited opportunities for women and girls to develop and enhance their leadership skills with a strong focus on science, technology, engineering, arts and math, working to provide scholarships for the next generation of women leaders. The organization seeks to be a preeminent voice for the advancement and empowerment of business women across Houston, our nation and beyond.


About IBC Bank-Houston

IBC Bank-Houston is a member of International Bancshares Corporation (NASDAQ: IBOC), a $12.1 billion multi-bank financial holding company headquartered in Laredo, Texas, with 188 facilities and 284 ATMs serving 88 communities in Texas and Oklahoma. IBC Bank-Houston has been serving the area since 1997 and has a retail branch network of 14 locations. MEMBER FDIC / INTERNATIONAL BANCSHARES CORPORATION. Follow our Facebook and Instagram page, @IBCBankWeDoMore. More information is available at ibc.com.