|Lee Bank Elects Four New Corporators|
|04:09PM / Monday, November 13, 2023|
LEE, Mass. — The board of trustees of Lee Bank have elected four new corporators all of whom have accepted their roles.
New corporators, nominated by the board's governance committee, include:
Juan Carlos Gonzalez who worked in the banking industry in Colombia. Since moving to the Berkshires he has been focused on empowering the Latin-X community through resources for financial mobility and stability.
Jeffrey R. Minkler is a long-time resident of Stockbridge. He is a co-owner of Arcadian Shop in Lenox and enjoys spending time hiking, paddling, and biking around the Berkshires.
Baljit "Jesse" Singh has years of business and entrepreneurial experience including owning a car wash in Canaan, Conn. and the Sunoco and Car Wash in Great Barrington.
Marcela Urrea is a community health worker at VIM Berkshires. In her work she connects patients with necessary resources and strives to create more equitable community systems that empower patients to lead healthy lives.
Corporators are intended to represent a cross-section of Lee Bank's depositors. They are responsible for electing the trustees and officers of Berkshire Financial Services (Lee Bank's holding company). They approve any changes in the Bank's bylaws or corporate structure, but they have no financial stake in the corporation.