Pamela Zeigler-Petty has joined Oklahoma City, Oklahoma-based InterBank as senior vice president/community development banking in the bank’s Fort Worth location. She will be responsible for expanding community development lending relationships, enhancing the bank’s community outreach and ensuring that InterBank is positioned to meet the needs of all the communities it serves. InterBank also anticipates that Zeigler-Petty will serve as the bank’s community reinvestment officer.
Zeigler-Petty has more than 23 years of community banking experience, including, most recently, as a business development officer for a large bank. Prior to that, she held roles in commercial/business banking and community development banking with regional institutions in Texas. Her expertise includes public, institutional and not-for-profit banking.
Zeigler-Petty holds a BA degree in communications from Grambling State University in Louisiana and has numerous commercial banking certifications. Throughout her career, she has remained committed to volunteering and currently serves various organizations as a board member, including the Plano Chamber of Commerce, Business Council for the Arts, North Texas Performing Arts and Impact Ventures.
She was recently awarded the 2021 “Collin County Women of Influence Business Leader of Year” by the Junior League of Collin County. Additionally, she is the recipient of the ArtsCentre of Plano 2019 Leadership Award and the 2017 Athena International Leadership Award bestowed by the Plano Chamber of Commerce. She has been included in Who’s Who of Black Dallas, third and fourth editions, and is a graduate of Leadership Plano, where she served on the board of trustees with the Plano Chamber of Commerce.
“We are excited to welcome Pamela to this key role in our bank,” says C.K. Lee, president and chief operating officer. “InterBank is committed to serving the entirety of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. Pamela brings us a wealth of experience and expertise to leverage our brand and lead the bank’s community development efforts.”
Established in 1987, InterBank serves more than 40 communities in Texas and Oklahoma with assets of more than $3.5 billion.