Candice Hill is Senior Vice President, Director of Treasury Management for Texas at First United Bank. Candice is responsible for the overall strategic direction and management of the Treasury Management Services department. Work History: Candice has been in the financial services industry for over fourteen years with a focus on treasury management, client services, and relationship management. She began her career at JPMorgan Chase in 2005 in Chicago, IL where she conducted training of their online cash management banking platform to business customers. With an interest in treasury management operations, she took a position where she managed the Global Client Service practice for Wholesale Receivables Operations (lockbox), where they serviced business customers that utilized core cash management products for receivables totaling 2 billion in revenue. She played an integral role in developing talent and overseeing global partners that focused on quality metrics and process improvements.
She then moved over into a traditional sales role and became a Treasury Management Officer in Chicago where she focused on Financial Intuitions and Specialty Finance clients in the Midwest. She relocated to Dallas, TX in 2014 to cover the southeastern states, with a focus in Texas and Oklahoma. Candice continues to be an advocate of high-performance culture with an emphasis on leadership behaviors, execution, and accountability.
Memberships in other organizations:
Candice is a member of the Association for Financial Professionals at the national and local levels. She has been active in her communities doing volunteer work, such as Big Brothers Big Sisters and Meals on Wheels.
Personal – Family, hobbies, etc.:
Candice and her husband Andrew reside in Allen, Texas with their two daughters, Hadley and Harper. In Candice’s spare time you will often catch her reading a book, working out, shopping or hanging out at Starbucks.
The mantra in life… Change is inevitable. So, as Socrates says “The Secret to Change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but building the new.”