Brandy Osborne joined Central Bank and Trust Co (Lexington, Kentucky) in April 2000. She began her career as a teller, advancing to personal banker and commercial lending assistant. In the fall of 2005, she transferred to the Nicholasville market as an executive lending assistant, before being promoted to a commercial lending officer in 2012.
Brandy believes it is vital to be deeply connected to the communities the bank serves and represents Central Bank & Trust Co. on several boards, including Leadership Jessamine County, Jessamine County YMCA and The Kentucky Cancer Link. She is also a member of the Jessamine County Kiwanis Club, American Legion Auxiliary: Man O War Unit 8, as well as representing the Transylvania Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution as a Chapter Regent.
Brandy is a native of Crestwood KY, a 1999 graduate of Georgetown College and a 2019 graduate of GSBC. She, her husband and fur- child reside in Nicholasville, KY.
I’m excited to be a GSBC Alumni Ambassador to let other community bankers, especially in the South, know that GSBC offers the best program based around what we do and how we are challenged as community banks. It’s not just theoretical knowledge, its real-world and current to what your bank may be faced with. I realized the benefits of my education at GSBC as soon as I came back from my first year and it only grew from there. The people I met and the relationships I developed will be with me for the rest of my life. That network of support and shared knowledge from across the county is invaluable.
Brandy’s career area(s): Commercial lending and consumer real estate lending
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