The Moffat award was created in honor of Lilian Moffat, a longtime MBA staff member who served the banking industry and Association for 27 years. She was the devoted registrar and administrator for the Banking School from its inception in 1975 until her retirement in 1986. It is proudly awarded to the student with the highest overall GPA while serving as an outstanding leader and role model for their fellow students.
J. Eric Goff, Vice President, Operational Risk and BSA Officer commented, “This recognition exemplifies Jennifer’s strong work ethic and accelerated growth within our organization and industry. Her dedication is a true asset of the Bank.”
Jennifer began her financial services career at First United Bank in Loan Servicing during breaks from college. After graduating from Bridgewater College and Bethany Theological Seminary, she worked as a teller and ATM Specialist for Chase Bank. She later came back to the area and First United as a Compliance Specialist then was quickly promoted to Assistant Compliance Officer and CRA Officer. She now serves as the Bank’s Compliance and CRA Officer. Jennifer lives in Oakland with her husband, Jason, and daughter and enjoys pastoring, football, baseball and music.
The Maryland Banking School, provided through the Maryland Bankers Association, offers perspectives on forces that shape the financial services industry. Through an emphasis on developing leadership, managerial and technical skills, and creating a resource network, students enhance their individual and corporate performance to thrive in the evolving financial services marketplace.