John W. Breda, president and CEO of The Bank of Delmarva, recently announced that Mark Gosnell was promoted within the corporation.
Gosnell joined the bank in 2019, and was recently promoted to the role of assistant vice president - network engineer. He previously worked as network engineer – assistant cashier.
Gosnell has aided the bank in network installation and configuration, server migration, VOIP phone systems, and hardware and software applications. He lives in Parsonsburg with his wife and three children.
Wynter Taylor was promoted within the corporation as well.
Taylor joined the bank in 2016. She was recently promoted to the role of business analyst and assistant cashier officer for its Northwood Drive administrative office.
Taylor previously served as the overdraft administrator and accounting clerk. In addition, she recently participated in Leadership Delmarva, an internal leadership program providing an opportunity to learn more about the banking industry and challenging participants to grow both personally and professionally.
She resides in Fruitland, with her significant other and 12-year-old son.
Igor Conev, vice president of Mann Properties Inc. of Ocean City, recently attended the Community Associations Institute’s Annual Law Seminar.
The CAI Law Seminar event is an annual educational, networking and leadership experience organized and managed by experts in community association law and insurance and risk management.
The 2021 seminar is a one-of-a-kind gathering for attorneys, insurance professionals and other industry leaders that examines emerging trends and legislative issues important to the practice of community association law.
Participants reviewed and discussed the latest developments on critical topics, including fair housing laws, case law analysis, legislative trends, insurance and risk management, and ethics.
Conev believes professional development is the single most important investment for any company.
His theory is that even the most successful companies in the world must constantly endeavor to improve themselves. This is based on the idea that someone is always trying to be the best. As such, complacency is a guaranteed sentence of failure.
“The only way to ensure failure is to do nothing,” Conev said. “I have always been motivated to try anything and everything I can to get ahead. My management team and I are applying this idea to the company. We want to make sure our branding specialists are always working on new skills so that we can constantly improve the services we provide.”