Michelle A. Denoncourt
Hamilton Bank is pleased to announce the addition of two key new employees: Retail Banking Manager, Michelle A. Denoncourt and Marketing Manager, Lauren Lawder. Both bring significant experience in their respective disciplines to the growing community bank.
Denoncourt has more than 30 years of local banking experience, and has worked as a treasury manager, regional manager, sales team leader and in business development. In her new role, Denoncourt will provide sales leadership and direction to Hamilton Bank’s seven branches with a focus on mortgage, consumer and small business lending. In addition, she will be responsible for implementing Hamilton Bank’s new retail strategy focused on the overall customer experience at each branch.
A Maryland native, Denoncourt holds an MBA from Loyola University Maryland, and serves on the board of Leadership Baltimore County. She currently volunteers with the Baltimore County Sailing Center and the Boy Scouts, and is former Treasurer for the Foundation for Baltimore County Public Libraries.
Lawder has more than 29 years of marketing experience, most recently serving as director of marketing for a senior living advisory group. As Hamilton Bank’s Marketing Manager, she will create, direct and implement marketing strategies and communication initiatives.
A Baltimore native, Lawder volunteers her time to review senior portfolios at Stevenson University’s School of Design and with Archbishop Curley High School. She also donates her time and marketing skills to Overlea Recreation Lacrosse and Latino Providers Network. Additionally, Lawder is a member of the National Association of Professional Women and the Baltimore Road Runners Club.
Hamilton Bank Executive Vice President and Chief Lending Officer Ellen Fish says of the new team members, “We are really pleased to have Lauren and Michelle join our team. Each woman brings unique experiences and expertise that will serve Hamilton well. Michelle’s focus will be implementing our new growth strategy for retail banking and Lauren will be responsible for our marketing strategy and initiatives across all channels. Each will play a significant role as Hamilton continues to innovate and look for ways to improve efficiencies and provide a superior experience for the customers we serve.”
About Hamilton Bank
Founded in 1915, Hamilton Bank is a community bank with approximately $510 million in assets and operates seven branch locations across Greater Baltimore, serving the communities of Cockeysville, Pasadena, Towson, Rosedale, Ellicott City and Baltimore in Maryland. Hamilton Bank is a community bank dedicated to building lasting relationships with small and middle market businesses in southern Pennsylvania, Maryland, Washington, D.C. and northern Virginia, through mortgages, consumer loans and commercial products. Together. Let’s Grow. www.hamilton-bank.com.