Bank of San Antonio in Texas has a new president.
The bank, which is part of the $2.1 billion-asset Texas Partners Bank, said in a press release that Brandi Vitier had taken on the role. She previously served as an executive vice president and market executive.
Vitier, with two colleagues, recently launched Stride, a free entrepreneurial education program for San Antonio business owners offered through a partnership with Texas A&M University-San Antonio.
“The Bank of San Antonio would not have met its growth milestones over the past 15 years without Brandi’s legacy of influence and steadfast leadership,” Brent Given, Texas Partners’ president and CEO, said in the release.
“There is no one more fitting to be president … and to guide the organization toward future growth in the San Antonio market, Given added.