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Tompkins Trust’s Moore elected board chair of United Way of Tompkins County

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Jason Moore (left), VP of commercial lending at Tompkins Trust Company and board chair of the United Way of Tompkins County, stands with James Brown (right), United Way of Tompkins County president and CEO. (PHOTO CREDIT: Tompkins Trust Company)

ITHACA — The United Way of Tompkins County (UWTC) has recently elected Jason Moore, VP of commercial lending at Tompkins Trust Company, to chair of its board of directors.

Moore has been with Tompkins Trust Company, in commercial lending, for eight years, the banking company said in a news release. His responsibilities include growing and maintaining Tompkins Trust’s commercial-loan portfolio, building and cultivating lending-client relationships that include real-estate developers and investors, the agriculture industry, the energy sector, nonprofit organizations, and municipalities.

“Speaking on behalf of the United Way of Tompkins County, our funded and community partners, and my staff team, it is challenging to express the collective appreciation and excitement generated by Jason Moore’s election as Chair of the Board of Directors. Jason has been a part of UWTC since his days at Cornell Real Estate, and his service has continued through his time at Tompkins Trust Company. He is a tireless volunteer who leads and inspires by example and an uncompromising ethical and professional compass,” James Brown, United Way of Tompkins County president and CEO, said in the release.

Moore has been a volunteer with United Way since 2009. He has a bachelor’s degree in agriculture and life science and master’s degree in real estate investment and finance, both from Cornell University.

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