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Sarah Keeny Moon Selected for Statewide Leadership Program

Sarah Keeny Moon of Citizens Bank of Kansas has been selected to participate in the Kansas Bankers Association’s 2023 Bank Leaders of Kansas (BLOK) program. Now in its 17th year, the BLOK program is a statewide leadership development program designed to build participants’ leadership skills and knowledge of the banking industry.

As one of 21 members of the 2023 BLOK class, Moon will begin a series of four training sessions in February 2023. The sessions will educate participants about the KBA, which represents the state’s banks in the areas of government relations, law, education, and insurance. The class will also gain insight into the state and federal legislative process, develop meaningful relationships with state lawmakers, and visit Washington, D.C. to meet congressional leaders. Additional sessions will focus on challenges and opportunities facing bankers and entrepreneurs in the state’s rural and urban areas and individual leadership skills.

“We are pleased that Sarah has been selected for the 2023 BLOK program,” said Kyle Russell, President of Citizens Bank of Kansas. “She will graduate from the BLOK program equipped with the skills and knowledge to take on leadership roles within the bank.“

Sarah Keeny Moon is a fifth-generation banker. She received her accounting degree from the University of Kansas and is an Accounting Analyst at Citizens Bank of Kansas in Derby, Kansas. Moon is involved with community projects with the Junior League of Wichita. She lives in Wichita with her husband and daughter.

The Kansas Bankers Association, a statewide association, founded by bankers in 1887, represents and serves its 211 member banks out of its office in Topeka.

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