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Commerce and Community: Sept. 19, 2013

Commerce and Community: Sept. 19, 2013

News and notes from around the business community.

KeyBank announces 4 promotions

ALBANY — KeyBank has promoted four members of its Capital Region market team.

Jamison R. Flora has been named vice president and senior SBA specialist, Business Banking; April J. Volk has been named vice president and relationship manager, Business Banking; Susan Fogarty has been named senior vice president and relationship manager, Key Private Bank; and Mark E. Davies has been named vice president and manager for the Rensselaer County Plaza branch.

• Flora, vice president and senior SBA relationship manager, is based in Key’s Capital Region market headquarters in Albany.

Previously, Flora was assistant vice president and relationship manager, Business Banking. He joined Key in 2010.

Flora lives in Schenectady. An active member of the community, he serves on the board of directors of the Schenectady County Community College Foundation and Albany Barn, Inc., a not-for-profit located in Albany. He is also a member of the event committee for Northeast Parent and Child Society and the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America and volunteers at Peaceful Acres Horses.

• Volk, vice president and relationship manager, Business Banking, is based in KeyBank’s university office on Western Avenue in Albany,

Previously, Volk was senior SBA specialist for Key’s Hudson Valley market.

Volk earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in management as well as an MBA from the University at Albany. She is a notary public.

Volk lives in Malta and serves on the board of the Addictions Care Center of Albany and is the treasurer for the Addictions Care Center of Albany Foundation Board. Volk is also an auxiliary member of the Schenevus VFW Post 2752.

• Fogarty, senior vice president and relationship manager, Key Private Bank, is based in Key’s Capital Region market headquarters in Albany.

Previously, Fogarty was vice president for Key Private Bank.

Fogarty earned her bachelor’s degree in public policy from Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Public Affairs and Citizenship and is an MBA candidate at The College of Saint Rose in Albany.

Fogarty lives in Clifton Park. An active member of the community, she serves on the board of directors of Opera Saratoga and is the founder and chairperson of the 100 Women for St. Jude for St. Jude Children’s Hospital. Fogarty is also 2013-2014 co-chair of Key4Women in the Capital Region Market.

• Davies, vice president and manager of Key’s Rensselaer County Plaza branch, is responsible for maximizing branch productivity, maintaining a high level of customer satisfaction and managing the employees within the branch. The Rensselaer County Plaza branch is in Rensselaer.

Previously, Davies was assistant vice president, Retail Banking, for Key. Prior to joining Key in 2006 he worked as a branch manager for Citizens Bank in Schenectady. He also worked as membership manager for the Rensselaer County Regional Chamber of Commerce.

Davies earned his bachelor’s degree in business economics from the State University of New York at Oneonta. He lives in West Sand Lake.

Accounting firm welcomes Moen

ALBANY — Kelly Moen, a professional with more than 25 years of experience in the qualified retirement plans field, has joined Albany-based accounting and advisory firm Teal, Becker & Chiaramonte, CPAs.

Moen, an experienced retirement specialist, came on board as a senior pension consultant for the Pension Plan division. Moen will be a primary contact for the firm’s pension plan clients and will play an integral part in their plan design and provide consultation and ongoing compliance for them.

She is a graduate of the University at Albany, where she earned her bachelor of science degree.

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