Jasper, Ind.-based German American Bancorp, Inc., appointed Angela Curry to its corporate board of directors effective Jan. 1.
Curry, general counsel and vice president for legal affairs at the University of Louisville in Kentucky, will assume a seat on the board Jan. 1. Curry was appointed as the university’s interim chief of staff in 2021.
Curry has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Spelman College, Atlanta, and a law degree from Boston University School of Law.
“We are thrilled to welcome [Curry] to our board,” said German American President and CEO Neil Dauby. “Her diverse experience and strong, extensive legal counsel and governance skills will be an incredible asset. The Commonwealth of Kentucky continues to be a strategic focus in the future success of our company. With [Curry’s] market knowledge and skillset, I am confident she will be integral in shaping and enhancing our company in the years to come.”
Curry added that the $6.2 billion bank’s “successful, purpose-driven approach to delivering financial services is affirmed by its exceptional level of growth and performance over the past decade.”