Capital City Bank recently announced that three bankers have received officer promotions. The promotions include Dan Fowler to senior vice president, Desiree Karp to credit administration officer and Jaynie Mitchell to business banking officer.
Fowler is a tenured associate with 10 years of service at Capital City Bank, where he serves as an application system specialist responsible for developing, implementing, and supporting industry-leading digital solutions, managing teams, overseeing privacy and data governance matters, and conducting reviews to ensure compliance with standards. He graduated with his Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems from Florida State University and has completed the Graduate School of Banking program at the University of Florida. Additionally, Fowler is a proud volunteer with Lincoln High School and a member of the Gulf Winds Track Club.
Karp is a credit financial analyst with 15 years of service. She has been with Capital City Bank since 2007, where she started as lead teller and advanced through various positions, including direct banker, training specialist, project analyst, project management data analyst, digital product manager and software support analyst before joining the Credit Administration team in October 2022. Karp holds a degree in Business Administration from Flagler College in Saint Augustine, Florida. In 2012, she was named one of the top service and sales leaders at the annual Capital City Bank Star Summit awards event. In addition to her professional pursuits, she is dedicated to strengthening her community through volunteer service with the United Way Volunteer Income Tax Assistance and Elder Care Services Meals on Wheels programs. She also takes part in community clean-ups and supports the local humane society.
Mitchell, a Tallahassee native, joined Capital City Bank in February 2022 as a business banking portfolio specialist. As of April 1, 2023, she has been promoted to business banker I. Mitchell works closely with business banking lenders to manage portfolios, research and prospect for future lending growth opportunities and provide support for portfolio servicing needs. Mitchell graduated with her bachelor’s degree from the Florida State University, where she is currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration. Additionally, she is an active volunteer and community advocate involved with Access Tallahassee and the Worlds of Work Steering Committee through the Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce. Mitchell is also a member of the Tallahassee Margarita Society, whose primary purpose is helping local children and families in need, and serves on the Cleaver & Cork Committee for the Tallahassee Community College Foundation.
To learn more about Capital City Bank, visit www.ccbg.com.
Lucky you, Resident.
Got a HELOC from them a couple decades ago. They nickel and dimed me on it (not initially) with all sorts of fees and charges, and the loan officer screamed at me when I asked about it.
So I paid it off with a lump sum, closed my accounts, and dropped them like a rock.
I don’t know these new officers, but I DO know this bank.
My experience has been quite different from yours.
I have banked here for 33 years. I have borrowed money from them, and I have a CCBG credit card.
I bank online, in person, and have written over 15,000 checks through them.
My experience has been flawless.