Elaine Joseph, Assistant Vice President and Branch Manager of the Bank of Canton Brookline branch, has been inducted into the President’s Circle at Bank of Canton. As part of her recognition in this elite group, she has chosen the Brookline Mental Health Center as the beneficiary of a $500 contribution from the bank, made in her honor.
The President’s Circle is a new initiative at Bank of Canton encouraging exceptional performance in sales and rewarding staff members’ dedication to the bank’s success. Joseph, who has served in her position since 2005, has shown dedication to increasing sales in the retail banking and residential lending sectors, in addition to other bank wide products and services.
“I am honored to be chosen for The President’s Circle,” Joseph said. “It gives me great pleasure to represent Bank of Canton in Brookline and elsewhere as the great community bank that it is, and I’m proud to be an associate. A big thank you to Bank of Canton for recognizing and rewarding hard work, and for all that the bank contributes to the communities it serves.”
“Elaine Joseph has a stellar record for proactive leadership not only at Bank of Canton but also in her service to many vital charitable organizations in the Brookline community,” said Stephen P. Costello, President, Bank of Canton. “She embodies Bank of Canton’s commitment to giving back to the communities we serve while expanding our services in residential mortgage lending, business and personal deposit products, and estate planning and asset protection.”
Joseph serves as a Board member at the Brookline Community Mental Health Center, Secretary of the Brookline Chamber of Commerce, Treasurer of the Coolidge Corner Merchants’ Association, Treasurer of Brookline Local First, and a member of the Brookline Rotary Club. She has worked in community banking for more than 30 years.
To select a member of the President’s Circle, the Senior Management Team at Bank of Canton reviews the nomination and evaluation forms submitted by managers, then chooses individuals for induction based on merit. These individuals have the opportunity to interact with Senior Management and the Board of Directors as well as fellow top sales professionals.
Founded in 1835, Bank of Canton supports a wide range of nonprofit organizations throughout the Canton area.