Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Origin Bank’s Ryan Kilpatrick receives 2022 Louisiana Young Banker Impact Award

by BIZ Magazine

RUSTON, LA –The Louisiana Bankers Association (LBA) has announced Ryan Kilpatrick of Origin Bank as a recipient of the 2022 Louisiana Young Banker Impact Award.

Given by the Louisiana Bankers Education Council and the Louisiana Bankers Association, this award recognizes young bankers in Louisiana who are making significant contributions to their bank and the banking industry. Kilpatrick, who serves as the bank’s Chief Brand and Communications Officer, will be recognized with his fellow winners at an awards luncheon on December 7, 2022, in Baton Rouge.

“I’m thrilled that Ryan is being recognized as a 2022 Louisiana Young Banker Impact Award winner,” said Origin Bank President and CEO Lance Hall. ”Origin’s core purpose is ‘to enrich the lives of people in our community.’ Ryan lives out this purpose daily. He inspires his fellow Origin teammates to make a difference in the lives of others and is respected for his innovative leadership throughout the banking industry. I’m so proud of Ryan and am grateful to the Louisiana Bankers Association for bestowing this well-deserved honor upon him.”

In his role as Executive Vice President, Chief Brand and Communications Officer at Origin Bank, Kilpatrick oversees the bank’s brand strategy, corporate communications, corporate culture and governmental affairs.  Since joining Origin in 2006, he has been responsible for business development, building a strong corporate culture devoted to employee engagement and community involvement, strengthening relationships with customers and shareholders, and managing communications and governmental affairs. 

Kilpatrick earned a Bachelor of Arts in history from Louisiana Tech University and is a graduate of the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University. He is community focused and currently serves as a member of the board of directors for the Louisiana Tech Foundation. He has received many community awards including Ruston-Lincoln Parish Young Business Person of the Year, Louisiana Tech Young Alumnus of the Year and was recognized as a Northeast Louisiana Top 40 Under 40 honoree. He is married to Sarah Kilpatrick and together they have three sons.

The Louisiana Young Banker Impact Award recognizes up to five young bankers who have made significant contributions to their bank and the banking industry as a whole.  LBA member banks are eligible to nominate candidates who are 45 years or younger, who have worked a minimum of five years in banking, who serve as a bank executive or senior officer and who are considered rising stars who exemplify teamwork, initiate innovative programs and/or processes, and exemplify acceptance and inclusion of others.  To learn more and to purchase tickets to the 2022 Louisiana Young Banker Impact Award luncheon, visit LBA.org.

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