Franklin resident named VP at Sussex Bank


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  • Kirsten Marino




Kirsten Marino was appointed to vice president/business development sales manager of the Sparta and Andover branches of Sussex Bank.

Marino has more than 18 years of banking experience and is a former store manager at TD Bank.

Marino has an extensive background in the banking industry including business development, sales, branch management and building community relationships.

Marino is the board presdient of Domestic Abuse & sexual Assault Intervention Services, a member of the N.J. Coalition of Battered Women, a volunteer at the Franklin Recreation Commission, a member of the Franklin Cares project, a member of the Sussex County Chamber of Commerce, and a benefactor of Tabby's Place.

She also is a certified yoga instructor and lives in Franklin with her husband.

She also is the recipient of DASI Full Circle Award, past winner of the YWCA Tribute to Women in Industry Award for Eliminating Racism and Empowering Women and the creator of Peace, Enlightenment, Awareness, Reawakening, Life and Love.




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