Beth B. Martin
Madison Market President
She is responsible for attaining all established Bank operational and financial goals. She ensures that all aspects of the Bank’s activities obtain maximum profits commensurate with the best interest of the shareholders, customers, employees, and the community. Beth provides the highest level of customer relations and service; monitors customer’s changing needs and recommends strategies that utilize the company’s products and services.
Beth studied at Tuskegee University, Webster University, Huntsville Bible College, and Alabama School of Banking in Mobile. Through these institutions, Beth holds several degrees to include a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing; Bachelor of Arts degree in Theology; and a Master of Business Administration degree. Her future plans include a PhD in Finance.
Beth has been active in the Huntsville, Madison, and Madison County community through her civic involvement which includes serving on boards for the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce as Vice Chair of Small Business, Girls Incorporated, Huntsville/Madison County Library Foundation, UAHuntsville Board of Visitors, and the Huntsville Hospital Foundation’s Development Council. She is an active member of Committee 100, and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. She currently serves on boards for the Huntsville/Madison County Convention and Visitors Bureau, Madison Chamber of Commerce, The Schools Foundation, Huntsville Hospital Foundation, Madison Hospital Advisory Board, and the Madison Police Foundation. Beth is also a graduate of several leadership programs: Leadership Connect, Leadership Alabama Initiative, Impact Leadership, Leadership Huntsville/Madison County and Leadership Alabama. Her civic involvement has enabled Beth to positively impact education, politics, healthcare services, and economic development.
Beth was a nominee for Outstanding Professional Woman and Outstanding Volunteer Services through Girls Scouts of America, NA and was recognized by the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce as a 2010 finalist for Young Professional of the Year. In her leisure time, she enjoys reading, swimming, and spending time with her daughter, Jaylin Caroline.