First Commonwealth Names Detwiler Community Engagement Manager

INDIANA, Pa. – Megan Detwiler, who has been part of the First Commonwealth Bank staff for nine years, has been named community engagement manager.

In her new position, Detwiler will partner across all areas of the bank, regionally and corporately, to lead First Commonwealth’s community giving through donations and sponsorships, in addition to equipping the bank’s local teams to represent the brand at events and volunteer opportunities.

Detwiler started at First Commonwealth in March 2015 and has held roles on the retail banking team and product management teams. She most recently served as a senior analyst and project manager for the bank’s retail team.

“We are thrilled to have Megan join the community engagement area of our marketing and communications team,” says Kris Levan, senior vice president and marketing and communications Manager. “Through her personal and professional experiences, Megan has developed a passionate community spirit and a business development appreciation for how strong community partnerships make for strong business relationships. We are confident that Megan will be a great mission-minded leader in this area.”

Detwiler’s personal community service includes serving on the boards for the Rotary Club of Hollidaysburg and the Blair County Community Action Program; and a co-host of First Commonwealth’s Space Employee Resource Group, which is dedicated to supporting parents and caregiving employees. She also founded a scholarship for Hollidaysburg high school students pursuing further education in memory of her father.

During her career with First Commonwealth, Detwiler was chosen to the bank’s Sales Leadership Council, received the Golden Tower Award for community involvement, is a part of the Strategic and Inspired Leadership team and is a graduate of the PA Bankers Association Commercial Lending School.

Detwiler graduated from St. Francis (PA) University in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. She and her husband, Dan, live in Altoona, Pa., with their daughter, Ella.

Copyright 2024 The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.