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SmartBank has promoted Becca Boyd to Executive Vice President and Chief People Officer. As Chief People Officer, Boyd will lead the human resources department and all aspects of people management including training and development, payroll, benefits, recruiting, talent management, associate engagement, and HR technology.

Boyd has more than 20 years of experience in human resources, serving as SmartBank’s Director of HR for the past four years. She is a graduate of Tusculum College, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management and is a Senior Certified Professional through the Society of Human Resources Management.

Tanner Harris has been named Senior Vice President, Knox County Market Executive. Harris has been with SmartBank since 2012, serving as a Relationship Manager. In his new role, he will oversee Knox county’s three offices and lead the bank’s efforts for continued growth and development throughout the market.

Harris has more than 17 years of banking experience and is a graduate of The University of Tennessee-Knoxville with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.

SmartBank also recently announced the promotion of Stephanie Bean to Regional Branch Administrator for upper East Tennessee. As Regional Branch Administrator, she will oversee and manage branch operations in Sevier, Knox and Blount counties. Bean has more than 20 years of experience in the financial industry and has been with SmartBank for the past four years, serving as the Senior Branch Sales Manager in Pigeon Forge.

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