Mina Chebbani appointed to Vice President, Business Development Officer for the Fidelity Bank service area in Eastern, North Central and Central Massachusetts

Chebbani brings expertise to help small business owners meet their goals through Fidelity Bank’s LifeDesign banking approach

Fidelity Bank announced the appointment of Mina Chebbani to Vice President, Business Development Officer for the bank’s service areas in Eastern, North Central and Central Massachusetts. In her new role, she will work with local businesses, both large and small, by partnering with Fidelity Bank’s caring team of commercial lenders, cash management specialists, and local banking centers to connect clients with financial tools that will help their businesses grow.

“As a highly-accomplished retail banking leader with extensive experience in building relationships with local businesses, she will provide personal attention to business owners to help plan and execute creative strategies to achieve client goals,” said Sheila King-Goodwin, Senior Vice President, Chief Community Banking Officer, Fidelity Bank.

Chebbani joins Fidelity Bank after nine years at Commerce Bank, where she most recently served as Vice President, Senior Manager in Worcester. She previously worked in business development at TD Bank in Shrewsbury.

“I’ve owned and operated small businesses myself, so I understand the challenges facing small business owners,” said Chebbani. “By utilizing the Fidelity Bank C.A.R.E. methodology, clients will receive personalized service uniquely designed to help them get where they need to be.”

A longtime resident of Worcester, Chebbani attended Worcester State University and Quinsigamond Community College where she studied Business Administration. She has completed numerous certification courses focused on small business credit training, cash management, ACH wire and home equity loans.

An active community leader, she created the Route 9 Referral Group, is a member of the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Women’s Information Network and serves on the Sponsorship Committee for the Worcester Women’s Leadership Conference.