William M. Tandy, a native of Montana, grew up in the country and has been in the banking industry for 35 years, serving as a bank president and CEO for nearly 25 of those years. Previously in his career, he served as CEO of two North Texas banks. He has extensive experience in raising capital and reducing problem assets, while maintaining and developing new business. Bill has a master's degree in business administration from Southern Methodist University and a bachelor's degree in business finance from the University of Montana. He and his wife, Susan, have four children.
Charlotte Sellers has been employed by the Association since February 2011. Mrs. Sellers received her bachelor's degree in business administration from Murray State University in Kentucky. She is also a graduate of the Economic Development Institute in Norman, Oklahoma. Mrs. Sellers has 13 years of banking experience in management, growing accrual loans as a Chief Credit Officer, commercial and residential lending, collections, working out problem assets, credit underwriting, and compliance.
Adena was part of management of the original founding of Grand Bank in 1983 which was later acquired by Comerica Bank in 1988. Adena worked in purchasing / IT / facilities management / business continuity capacity for the next 16 years and was part of a team involved in 23 mergers. In 2002, the team that originally founded Grand Bank created a brand new Grand Bank in Dallas. In 2006, they asked Adena to rejoin the team, which she did becoming the Executive Vice President and CFO. She is a graduate of Sam Houston State in Accounting.