Kerri Chisolm Joins Ameris Bank as Senior Vice President Commercial Banking Relationship Manager
Ameris Bank Charleston Market President Charles Hudgens and Ameris Bank Middle Market Commercial Banking Executive Ed Vaughan announce that Kerri Chisolm has joined Ameris Bank as senior vice president commercial banking relationship manager. Chisolm will be responsible for expanding commercial banking relationships throughout the region, capitalizing on Ameris Bank’s wide breadth of treasury services and commercial lending options.
With over 23 years of experience, Chisolm is an expert in evaluating and underwriting business banking, commercial banking, middle market and corporate clients across a variety of industries. He previously worked for First Citizens Bank as a commercial banking relationship manager for five years.
“Kerri brings to our team a strong expertise in lending to the manufacturing, commercial and industrial sector,” says Ameris Bank Middle Market Commercial Banking Executive Ed Vaughan. “We are heavily focused on expanding our C&I loan portfolio, and we are excited to have Kerri on board to enhance these efforts and work with our current and future customers.”
Chisolm graduated from The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, with a bachelor’s of science degree in accounting. Active throughout the Greater Charleston area, Chisolm is a member of the North Charleston Rotary Club, a board member of Lowcountry Local First, a board member for the LDC and is currently enrolled as a fellow for the Roper St. Francis Foundation. Additionally, he volunteers as a youth soccer coach and gives talks at The Military Magnet Academy.
“Kerri is a dedicated banking professional who understands what it takes to deliver exceptional experiences for our customers,” says Ameris Bank Charleston Market President Charles Hudgens. “His commitment to relationship and community banking is vital as we continue to grow and expand in Charleston and South Carolina, and our customers will benefit from his immense knowledge and experience.”