Gina Paul Celebrates 30 Years with Shore Bancshares


GinaPaul_2016_cropShore Bancshares is proud to recognize Gina A. Paul for 30 years of dedicated service. Ms. Paul joined Shore United Bank (formerly CNB) in September 1986 as a Bookkeeping Clerk. She held various positions at Shore United Bank, a member of Shore Bancshares community of companies serving as a Customer Service Representative, Branch Manager and Assistant Vice President. In 2011, Ms. Paul began working at Shore Bancshares in the Audit Department until September 2012 at which time she transitioned to her present role as Systems Administrator and Support Specialist in the Information Technology Department. Ms. Paul is responsible for managing the IT support workflow and follow-up on resolutions. She provides first level problem determination, analysis and quick and efficient resolutions of all technical issues on supported platforms. She acts as the administrator for various systems serving Shore Bancshares and its subsidiaries.

In 1993, Ms. Paul received her Associates in Arts Degree in Business Administration. In 2008 she graduated from the Maryland Banking School and in 1993 she graduated from the Dale Carnegie course with perfect attendance. “Gina is an essential part of the Shore Bancshares IT team,” says Timothy Berrigan, Chief Information Officer, and Information Technology at Shore Bancshares. “She brings a high level of professionalism and dedication to our company. Her commitment to her fellow associates and assisting her customers is exceptional. We appreciate her many years of service.”

Ms. Paul resides in Queen Anne with her husband, Gregory Paul. In her spare time, Ms. Paul enjoys playing softball and scuba diving.

Letters to Editor

  1. Congratulations to Gina Paul. I was her instructor for the Dale Carnegie Course and congratulate her on her 30 year anniversary. I wish her continued success in the years ahead.

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