PlainsCapital Bank's Clint Cryer Accepted to Leadership Lubbock Class of 2013-14
PlainsCapital Bank’s Clint Cryer, senior vice president, was recently accepted to the Leadership Lubbock class of 2013-14. Leadership Lubbock is an annual program that strives to identify and motivate potential community leaders from diverse backgrounds. It also provides a unique learning experience that emphasizes critical social and community issues, encouraging participants to apply their talents to meet these challenges.
Selection is highly competitive and is limited to business leaders and professionals who have a strong track record of accomplishment and community service. Clint was one of 40 applicants chosen to participate in this year’s program.
Clint joined PlainsCapital Bank in 2012 and manages agricultural and commodity lending for the Bank. He currently serves as a board member for the Texas Tech Bankers Agricultural Credit Conference and as a small group leader at Hillside Christian Church. Clint previously served in a number of positions with Texas Agricultural Cooperative Council, including director and member of the executive committee, chairman of the services division and chairman of the leadership committee. He also served as a 4-H and FFA leader and as a High Plains Junior Rodeo volunteer.
“Leadership Lubbock is a renowned professional development program and a great opportunity for a natural leader and long-time Lubbock resident like Clint,” said Les Eubank, PlainsCapital Bank’s Lubbock president. “I commend him for his proactive efforts to positively shape the future of his career and the future of the Lubbock community.”