Reliant Bancorp nominates two women leaders for board of directors

by Candyd Mendoza04 Apr 2019

Tennessee-based mortgage lender Reliant Bancorp has announced the nomination of Microsoft Sales Director Connie McGee and Corporate Impact Consulting President Linda Rebrovick as new directors for election.

McGee currently serves on the Microsoft Women in Healthcare and Life Sciences Advisory Board for STEM initiatives. She also held several board positions, including Intel WIN, HIMSS Chapter Leader of the Year, TN HIMSS chapter president, Trinisys, LLC Advisory Board.

Aside from her board experience, McGee has served as Microsoft’s US East Area sales director. Her career has included leadership roles at various Fortune 500 companies, such as Dell/EMC, Intel Corporation and KPMG, where she helped aligned the companies’ portfolios for growth and expansion. 

Rebrovick has also held executive and board-level roles in leading global companies, including IBM, KPMG, BearingPoint, and Dell. She now sits on the board of trustees for Leadership Nashville and as a member of the board of directors of HealthStream and Pinnacle Financial Partners.

“We are excited to announce Connie McGee and Linda Rebrovick as nominees to the Reliant Bancorp board of directors,” said Sharon Edwards, lead independent director at Reliant Bank. “If elected, the addition of these talented individuals would increase the percentage of women on our board to 25% and overall board diversity to 33%. A commitment to diversity – in identity, talent and thought leadership – is a key foundation of effective corporate governance.”

“The addition of Connie and Linda to our board of directors would bring invaluable guidance and expertise as we continue to grow,” said DeVan Ard, Jr., chairman, president and CEO of Reliant Bank. “If elected at our annual meeting, their cross-industry expertise and strong, extensive business backgrounds would prove beneficial.”