Bank Manager Lead
Direct: (651) 675-4680
Mobile: (651) 238-6364
Community volunteer // Family focused // Caring
Leading with firm dedication.
Brenda Johnson is simply passionate about people. At Anchor, this takes form in the exceptional service and warm atmosphere she creates as Bank Manager at Anchor Bank Eagan. Assisting her team by laying out strategies, goals, and directions for Anchor’s many bank services, Brenda delivers personal and small business banking with the desired goal of creating strong customer relationships founded on financial success.
Brenda’s caring heart for people goes well beyond her daily work at Anchor, though. As a volunteer with the Eagan Foundation, Inc., she supports ideas and collaborative action intended to meet the needs of the greater community. In her mind, any time volunteering with organizations that provide services and support to those in need is time well spent. When she isn’t volunteering, Brenda’s favorite activities are anything done with family and friends—especially traveling—but she also enjoys cooking, gardening and reading.
A loyal and dedicated leader of her team, Brenda emulates Anchor’s core values and its commitment to the highest level of service possible.
Aspiration: Volunteer regularly at a women's shelter or home for seniors
Education: BS in Business Administration from Montana State University
Vice President, Bank Manager
Service trip leader // Educational resource // People-person
Taking proactive steps to create a rewarding customer experience.
Sarah Clinton enjoys customer service. As a Personal Banking Officer at Anchor Bank Eagan, having the opportunity to get to know customers and serving as an educational resource regarding how their accounts work is Sarah’s favorite aspect of her job. A true people person, Sarah enjoys interacting with clients and co-workers on a daily basis.
Outside of work, Sarah lends her time to volunteering with high school students at her church in South Minneapolis. This includes leading service trips throughout the year to camps or cities around the country. The rewarding work Sarah has done with her church includes painting and clean up in New Orleans, helping elderly with yard work in Kansas City, and sorting donated clothing in Louisville.
She and her husband have a home in Eagan and have four children.