VP, Community Impact Manager Trent Bowman is also featured
Bremer Bank’s Chief Talent Acquisition and Diversity Officer Colette Campbell and Chief Risk Officer Justin Butler have both been named as two of the Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal’s (MSPBJ) “200 Black leaders to know.” The list, compiled by MSPBJ editors and community and business leaders in honor of Black History Month, features 200 Black leaders across the Twin Cities who are notable for their work in business, government, advocacy and the community. Trent Bowman, Bremer’s new Vice President, Community Impact Manager, is also listed as a notable Black leader to know.
“Bremer Bank is proud of the expertise and thoughtful leadership that Colette, Justin and Trent demonstrate in their everyday roles, not only as members of the Bremer team, but also as dedicated members of their communities,” said President and CEO of Bremer Bank Jeanne Crain. “This recognition is well-deserved.”
As Bremer’s chief talent acquisition and diversity officer, Campbell is responsible for strategically directing and executing tactics to advance Bremer’s inclusive, equitable, and diverse workforce. She currently serves as a board member for the YWCA Minneapolis and the Minneapolis Foundation and volunteers with the Minnesota Women’s Venture, St. Paul College’s business program, and the Central Lakes College Ag Advisory Council. Read Colette’s profile here.
As Bremer’s chief risk officer, Butler is responsible for leading processes that define and implement risk identification and management standards to better serve Bremer customers. He currently serves as a board member for Greater Twin Cities United Way, Hamline University and Turning Point, and volunteers with Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. and the Monitors Club. Read Justin’s profile here.
In his new role as Bremer’s VP, community impact manager, Bowman is responsible for leading education efforts with first-time homebuyers and low- to moderate-income families on the homebuying process. He currently serves as a board member for the Northside Residential Redevelopment Council (NRRC), the Phyllis Wheatley Community Center, and the LISC Twin Cities advisory council, and serves as a member of the GroundBreak Coalition. Learn more about Bowman and other recognized Black leaders across the Twin Cities here.