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Newsmakers: July 27-Aug. 2, 2020

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Banking
UMB Bank promoted Matt Tabor to senior portfolio manager. He is responsible for managing commercial client portfolios, developing relationships and advising commercial banking customers. He joined the bank in 2016 and has six years of financial services experience.

Guaranty Bank added Tim Seams as a vice president and commercial relationship manager. He has 26 years of banking experience, most recently as branch president for Maries County Bank in St. James. Seams has a bachelor’s of science from Missouri Southern State University.

Constellation Research Inc. named Shanda Trautman, senior vice president and chief digital officer for Old Missouri Bank, to its Business Transformation 150 for 2021. The list identifies executives leading business transformation efforts in their organizations worldwide from nominations by peers, analysts and industry influencers. Trautman has worked with the bank since 2015.

Education
Springfield Public Schools selected Ron Woodard as executive director of secondary learning, effective Aug. 1. He will oversee academics for all secondary learning and all athletic programming for five high schools, six middle schools, three K-8 schools and an intermediate school. Woodard formerly worked as assistant superintendent of instruction for Maury County Public Schools in Tennessee.

Missouri State University’s Board of Governors added Briar Douglas as a student governor, succeeding William Miller, whose term expired Dec. 31, 2019. Douglas’ term begins immediately and will expire Dec. 31, 2021. A graduate student enrolled in the student affairs in higher education program, Douglas graduated from MSU in May with a bachelor’s in administrative management.

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