North Easton Savings Bank Announces Three Graduates from the ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking

Kelli Poulos, Gabrielle Rito, and Chris St. Andre included among Class of 2024

North Easton Savings Bank proudly announces that three of its employees recently graduated from the ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking, a prestigious program that equips senior-level bankers with leadership and strategy skills.

Kelli Poulous, first vice president of retail operations, Gabrielle Rito, vice president and operations officer, and Chris St. Andre, assistant vice president, commercial credit administrator have received both a Stonier Diploma and a Wharton Leadership Certificate as members of the Class of 2024.

The ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking is recognized as the industry’s preeminent graduate banking program, delivering the highest standard of executive education. The program is specifically designed to prepare senior-level bankers and regulators for the decision-making and oversight required to navigate change.

“Congratulations to Kelli, Gabrielle, and Chris upon their recent graduation from the Class of 2024 ABA Stonier School of Banking; our Bank is extremely proud of their efforts and dedication to professional development,” said Aileen Zec, chief operating officer of North Easton Savings Bank. “The time, commitment, and knowledge required to graduate from this program cannot be overstated. We look forward to all that they will continue to achieve both here at North Easton Savings Bank and within the communities we serve.”

About North Easton Savings Bank

Recognized as the leading alternative to using a big-bank, NESB is an award-winning local bank with over $1.5 billion in assets. Founded in 1864, North Easton Savings Bank has a proven track record of growing the community through fair banking practices, local reinvestments, and philanthropy. All deposits are insured in full at North Easton Savings Bank. North Easton Savings Bank is insured by the FDIC and the DIF and is also an Equal Housing Lender. For more information, please visit