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Amber is a UTPB alumnus and graduated in 2014 with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance. She graduated Summa Cum Laude and also with a Certificate in Energy Business and selected for membership in Beta Gamma Sigma, the international honor society for collegiate schools of business.
Before graduating from UTPB, she worked at the college in the Career Services Department for several years. She hosted job fairs and several other networking events to allow students and businesses to network. During the summer breaks, she was an intern at Urenco USA in New Mexico doing internships for both Human Resources and Finance.
During her final year in college, she decided to venture out and obtain relevant knowledge related to her Finance degree, receiving a position at a local manufacturing company. She handled accounts receivable, accounts payable, purchase orders, and several other account necessities.
Inspired to learn and expand her financial knowledge, upon graduating, she accepted a position at Community National Bank as a credit analyst. She served driving financial analyses on a variety of companies varying in industries encouraging extensive customer interaction. She excepted the promotion to the portfolio manager for the Chief Lending Officer of the bank.
After managing that portfolio for several years, she advanced to become a lender and pursue a successful portfolio. She currently manages her advancing portfolio collective with lending experience in a variety of industries such as oil and gas, real estate, manufacturing, construction, and many other types of businesses.
She is passionate about her banking career and continues to substantiate and scale her valuable portfolio. She has a heart for her customers, their businesses, and strives to help companies to grow, which in return grows the economy. She looks forward to being an asset to BAM Consulting and assisting clients in obtaining financial lending or depository relationships to promote growth in their businesses.