Opposites attract and work well together in Illinois bank

Women in banking today often bring work home, but when your husband is your boss, the line between work and home can get a bit blurry.

Lesa Black, vice president of Princeville State Bank in Illinois, whose husband, Andrew, is president of the $67 million bank, struggled to separate her professional and personal lives until her son helped her put things in focus.

“Andrew and I sometimes brought bank business home,” Lesa Black says. “We’d talk about issues over dinner. We knew we had to stop when my son, Matthew, who was 8 or 9 at the time, starting . . .

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