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Webster Five names Jessica McGarry as assistant vice president

Jessica McGarry

Jessica McGarry

Region – Webster Five Cents Savings Bank has named Jessica McGarry as assistant vice president, business lending officer. McGarry has 14 years of banking experience, having started her career at Webster Five in 2000. After holding various positions, she was promoted to lending officer of the Business Banking Division in 2012 and has now been named assistant vice president.

In 2010, McGarry graduated summa cum laude from Nichols College with a bachelor's degree in business. She completed the Mass Bankers Commercial Lending School and the Advanced Commercial Lending School programs. Most recently, she was selected as one of Worcester Business Journal's Top 40-under-40 for her career accomplishments and community service.

McGarry is very involved in her community and is an active member of Corridor Nine and Worcester Chambers of Commerce, the Young Professional Women's Association (YPWA) and Business Forward Females. McGarry also co-founded the Central MA Young Professionals, a casual networking group aimed at under-40 professionals in the financial services industries. McGarry presently works out of the Commercial Street branch location in Worcester.

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