First Volunteer Bank has added two new members to its board of directors.
“We are pleased to announce these additions to our board and anticipate an even more successful future with these knowledgeable, forward-thinking community leaders,” said Patti W. Steele, President and CEO of First Volunteer.
Tiffanie Robinson is the CEO of Lamp Post Properties, a founder and President of Second Story Real Estate Management and a founder and active partner at The JumpFund. She completed the prestigious Young American Leaders Program at Harvard University and in August of 2016, was elected to the Hamilton County Board of Education, making her the youngest woman elected to public office in Hamilton County. She was reelected in 2020. Robinson resides in Chattanooga with her husband and three sons.
Erika Mosteller earned a BA from Furman University and an MA from University of Georgia. Mosteller taught high school for 5 years before pivoting to work with preschoolers. Today, she is the Director of the Half-Day Program at Dalton First United Methodist Church and volunteers with Dalton’s Creative Arts Guild and Christ Church Presbyterian. Mosteller resides in Dalton with her husband and three children.
First Volunteer is a commercial bank with $1.2 billion in total assets who opened its doors in 1904. First Volunteer Bank has 24 locations serving nine counties in Tennessee and two counties in North Georgia.