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Harper named YMCA board chair

Jerry Courtney, Heart of the Valley YMCA CEO, congratulates Ginger Harper as incoming Chairman of the Board for Heart of the Valley YMCA. CONTRIBUTED
Jerry Courtney, Heart of the Valley YMCA CEO, congratulates Ginger Harper as incoming Chairman of the Board for Heart of the Valley YMCA. CONTRIBUTED

HUNTSVILLE – Ginger Harper has been named board chair for Heart of the Valley YMCA.

Harper works as senior vice president, private banking and retail banking manager with IBERIABANK.

“We are thrilled to have Ginger take on the role of the YMCA’s Chairman of the Board,” Jerry Courtney said. Courtney is CEO of Heart of the Valley YMCA. Harper has served as an active member of the YMCA’s Board of Directors for the past five years.

Harper has compiled 16 years of private and retail banking experience. She joined IBERIABANK in January 2011 to lead the private banking team and has since assumed the retail management position, Courtney said.

“Ginger is responsible for lending, investment strategies and trust and financial planning for the Huntsville market. In this role, she focuses on providing comprehensive financial solutions and unparalleled service to affluent clientele,” Courtney said. “She is also leading the strategy for retail and community outreach locally.”

For the YMCA, Harper has served on the executive committee, CEO search committee and has chaired the “YMCA Tee Up for Kids Golf Tournament.”

“Ginger is passionate about the Y’s mission of serving youth and families,” Courtney said. “We are fortunate to have Ginger as our next board president. I believe her skills, passion and commitment to the YMCA and community will serve us well.”

Heart of the Valley YMCA is a leading non-profit organization commissioned by the YMCA of the USA to serve Marshall, Madison, Limestone, Morgan and Jackson counties.

IBERIABANK Corporation is a financial holding company with 326 combined offices, including 223 bank branch offices and three loan production offices in Louisiana, Arkansas, Tennessee, Alabama, Texas, Florida and Georgia.

For more information, visit ymcahuntsville.org or iberiabank.com.

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