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Kathryn Kemp




Kathryn Kemp is Vice President/Commercial Lender for Monticello Bank. She says a career highlight for her was passing the CPA exam right before heading to work as CFO for Old Stone when it was under construction. After Olde Stone, she found banking. She says banking matches her love of learning what makes different businesses successful while working within the finance industry.

Monticello Bank has operated under the same name for over 100 years. “The best thing about Monticello Bank is our great team members throughout our organization from the top down,” she says. “Everyone is willing to work together to make sure we are offering our best to serve our customers, while being responsible to our shareholders.”

Kathryn is involved in the Women’s Fund of South Central Kentucky, the Rotary Club, and Junior Achievement. She says her best bit of financial advice is to start savings habits early.

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