Lakeland Bank is making changes to its digital approach and is bringing on new talent to assist with the initiative.
On Thursday, Lakeland Bank President and Chief Executive Officer Thomas Shara announced Trish Nuccio was appointed first senior vice president, director of digital strategy.
“Trish is a highly-talented digital transformation leader,” Shara said in a prepared statement. “And, we are confident that her extensive experience is exactly what is needed to lead our Digital Transformation Team and support our future growth.”
Nuccio will head the bank’s digital transformation strategy. She will be based in Oak Ridge and report to Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer Paul Ho-Sing-Loy.
According to Lakeland, Nuccio has almost 30 years of experience with strategic information technology, project management and digital product delivery. She comes to the bank from Parsippany-based GAF Materials Corp. where she served as vice president, customer facing, digital product delivery and information technology. She previously held positions at management consulting firm Desola Group and was responsible for leading strategic technological implementations, business integration, and process and project management engagements at Prudential Financial and Chase Manhattan Bank, Lakeland said.
As of Sept. 30, 2019, Oak Ridge-based Lakeland Bank had $6 billion in total assets.