Photos: Community bankers turned up the volume in Music City

Sophia, a humanoid robot developed by Hanson Robotics, took questions from convention attendees.
Photos: Stephen Gosling

Community bankers turn up the volume in Nashville

From March 18–21, more than 3,000 community bankers and their families converged at Music City Center in Nashville, Tenn., for ICBA LIVE 2019. Over four days, attendees saw and experienced the cutting edge of community banking through informative learning labs, exclusive roundtables and inspiring general session speakers.

ICBA president and CEO Rebeca Romero Rainey thanked outgoing ICBA chairman Tim Zimmerman for his service over the past year.
Dogs from the Logan County Humane Society were available for adoption or a little playtime inside the expo.
Magician Vinh Giang (far right) surprised several general session attendees by guessing what playing cards they were thinking of.
ICBPAC’s Denim and Diamonds silent auction fundraiser raised money for its advocacy efforts.
During a general session, Preston Kennedy, ICBA’s new chairman, argued for a level playing field for community banks.