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20 Under 40 winner: Ryan Glennan

Ryan Glennan is the Senior Vice President and Commercial Loan Officer at Country Bank in Prescott.
Photo by Matt Hinshaw.

Ryan Glennan is the Senior Vice President and Commercial Loan Officer at Country Bank in Prescott.

The Daily Courier lists its inaugural 20 Under 40 winners today, for which readers honored 20 area entrepreneurs, managers, business owners and professionals younger than 40.

At the age of 34, Ryan Glennan has already achieved quite a bit.

He has earned three college degrees and is currently participating in an additional graduate level education program; he holds a senior leadership role at one of Prescott’s few local banks; and actively engages in civic service.

Ryan at a glance

Senior Vice President/Commercial Loan Officer at Country Bank

Age: 34

Education: MBA from University of Florida; Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Arizona State University; Associate of Applied Science in automotive management from Yavapai College. He will graduate this September from Pacific Coast Banking School.

Family: Married to Christen Glennan, a local Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. Two girls – Giada, age 7, and Lucia, 3.

Interests: Enjoys camping, taking his Jeep off road, and vacationing with his family.

Business address: 107 E. Willis St.

Phone number: 480-203-4090


Glennan was hired by M&I Bank out of college in 2005 to go through the company’s Corporate Banking Development Program.

Both he and his wife grew up in Prescott, so when he was faced with the opportunity to transfer here from Phoenix, “we jumped at the chance,” Glennan said.

He later joined Country Bank in 2008 as a commercial loan officer and has been gradually growing in his position and expanding his areas of responsibility ever since.      

“I feel very fortunate to have been able to continue to grow in my career in the quad-city area,” Glennan said. “I hope that the area continues to grow and provide challenging opportunities for myself and other young professionals.”

He said he enjoys working for a small community bank where his ideas are valued and he can make a real difference in the strategic direction and overall success of the bank. 

“I’ve never felt as though my ability to contribute was confined to a specific area of responsibility as is often the case with larger banks,” he said.

In addition to working at the bank, Glennan is on the finance committee of Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters and the Treasurer of the Prescott Area Commercial Group. 


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