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Mt. McKinley Bank Promotes Two Execs

Feb 6, 2024 | Finance, Right Moves

Mt. McKinley Bank

Two officers of Mt. McKinley Bank earned promotions.

Carmen Randle is now Senior Vice President, Finance. Randle serves as the finance officer and audit manager for the bank, ensuring timely and accurate financial compliance and reporting.

Randle joined the Mt. McKinley Bank team in 2019 with more than twenty years of experience in the accounting and finance industry in Fairbanks. She received a bachelor’s degree in accounting from UAF and earned her Certified Public Accountant designation at a local public accounting firm. Randle is a long-time Alaskan who enjoys spending time with her grandkids, keeping active, and serving on the board for the Tanana Valley State Fair.

Carmen Randle

Mt. McKinley Bank

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Jasmine Pletnikoff is promoted to Vice President, Controller. Pletnikoff joined the Mt. McKinley Bank team in 2020 with more than fifteen years of accounting experience in the Fairbanks community. She worked her way up from teller and loan clerk throughout high school and college. She graduated from UAF in 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in accounting. Pletnikoff has excelled during her time at the bank, applying her vast knowledge of accounting principles and years of experience in the field to her everyday duties.

Pletnikoff is a life-long Alaskan and enjoys spending time with family, being active in her church, and serving on the board of directors for the Breast Cancer Detection Center of Alaska.

Jasmine Pletnikoff

Mt. McKinley Bank

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