John P. Pacheco, Jr., appointed to Vice President, Business Development Officer for the Fidelity Bank service area in North Central and Central Massachusetts
Pacheco brings expertise to help small business owners meet their goals through Fidelity Bank’s LifeDesign approach to banking
Fidelity Bank today announced the appointment of John P. Pacheco Jr. to Vice President, Business Development Officer for the bank’s service areas in North Central and Central Massachusetts. In his new role, he will work with local businesses, both large and small, by partnering with Fidelity Bank’s caring team of commercial lenders, cash management specialists, and our local banking centers to connect clients with financial tools that will help their businesses grow.
“John’s ability to connect with people enables him to provide personal attention to business owners who are seeking a friendly, trusted advisor when making financial decisions to bring their business to the next level,” said Sheila King-Goodwin, Senior Vice President, Chief Community Banking Officer, Fidelity Bank.
Pacheco has been with Fidelity Bank for nearly four years, most recently as Manager of the Leominster Connector Banking Center. In addition to his professional role at the bank, he also serves as a member of the bank’s Inclusion and Diversity Council.
“For the past several years, I have experienced the success of the Fidelity Bank LifeDesign approach to banking when working with my clients,” said Pacheco. “I have experience working directly with our small business owners, to give them clarity, confidence and care as a partner in helping them achieve their goals.”
A resident of Lancaster, he is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Biology and Sociology. He was recently recognized by the Worcester Business Journal as a 40 Under Forty recipient for the class of 2021.
In addition to his work at Fidelity Bank, he is a Founding Member of Impact Networking, a network of Leominster area business leaders, Secretary of the board for World Farmers, Inc., a member of the Advisory Council Board at Aging Services of North Central Massachusetts, and director of the New England Pride Colorguard LBTQI+ Performance Ensemble. He is also Past President of the Montachusett Rotary Club and serves as a coach for the Mansfield High School Fine Arts Department.