Lacey Bolling, Senior Personal Banker for City National Bank will serve as United Way campaign chair for the upcoming 2019/2020 campaign.
Lacey was born in Trinidad, Colorado and raised mostly in Ponca City, Oklahoma. She graduated from Thunderbird Youth Academy in Pryor, OK. She was the Graduating Company Commander, a member of the Honor Guard, and received the Peer Tutor Award. Lacey later attended Pioneer Technology Center for Business Office Management and also served Business Professionals of America as Class President. She is an AmeriCorps Alumni.
Lacey is entering her 6th year with City National Bank. She accomplished her MIT in 2017 certifying her ability to run a branch for City National Bank as a Branch Manager. Traveling for branch assistance, training new retail bankers and branch managers, and teaching community financial classes are a few of her responsibilities as a Sr. Personal Banker for CNB Ponca City. She has received several awards for her performance.
Lacey volunteers for the Kay County Detention Center teaching inmates about financial literacy. During her tenure she has assisted with providing these financial classes for the Ponca Nation, Kaw Nation of Oklahoma, and New Beginnings Lunch Bunch. Lacey Bolling graduated from the 2nd Kay County Sheriff’s Academy and volunteered as the Fundraising Coordinator for New Hope Christian Fellowship Church for two years.
Lacey Bolling is a graduate of the 32nd Leadership Class of Ponca City, it is with Leadership Ponca City where Lacey was able to shadow the United Way Board of Directors. In addition to serving on the United Way Board, Lacy was on the UW Allocations Committee in 2017 and is presently first Vice President of the United Way Board of Directors.
With the campaign fast approaching, Lacey is working with United Way Executive Director, Melissa Young, to set goals and create new ideas to make this a successful campaign. As campaign chair, Lacey will lead the United Way’s volunteer cabinet and campaign volunteers, who provide pledge packets to local businesses. Bolling will serve as United Way Board President in 2020.
Lacey and her family reside in Ponca City. She is mother to Alexander and Damion Bolling and guardian to her niece, Marion Kerr-Bolling. Lacey and her family attend Newpoint Church.