Wells Fargo has named Jennifer Bonham, Clark Follows, David Harrington, Andrew Johannes and Anna Sandefur as small business specialists.
They will focus on meeting the financial needs of Alaska’s small business owners and helping them succeed.
Bonham serves small business customers in the Mat-Su from Wells Fargo’s Wasilla Main store. She has been with Wells Fargo for 12 years, serving Alaska customers as a business associate. She graduated from the Career Academy for Business Management in 2004.
Follows joins Wells Fargo as a small business specialist serving Anchorage customers from Wells Fargo’s Benson store. He has 17 years of experience in pharmaceutical and biotechnology sales. Follows earned a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Alaska Anchorage.
Harrington, a lifelong Alaskan, joins Wells Fargo as a small business specialist serving Anchorage customers from Wells Fargo’s Russian Jack store. He has 15 years of consumer and real estate lending experience in Alaska.
Johannes, a former small business owner, serves Anchorage small business customers from Wells Fargo’s Northern Lights and C Street store. He joined Wells Fargo in October 2011 as a management trainee, serving customers throughout Alaska as a mobile personal banker. Johannes holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from Florida State University.
Sandefur serves South Anchorage small business customers from Wells Fargo’s Huffman store. Sandefur, a Houston High School graduate, has helped Mat-Su customers succeed financially for two years as a teller and personal banker.