Cause for celebration – Kelly Hyslop.

When it comes to being involved in the local community, no one does it better than Kelly Hyslop, our long-serving Senior Relationship Manager at Whyalla in South Australia’s Mid-North.

We often say Beyond Bank has community in its DNA and so does Kelly who can been regularly be seen supporting or participating in events all around this vibrant regional town.

In the past year alone, Kelly has been actively involved in 10 major community events – that’s almost one a month – and all while managing a fulltime and demanding banking role.

This drive and determination saw Kelly’s branch win the 2017 Community Branch of the Year award and finish very highly in this year’s Community Reward sales campaign.

Somehow, Kelly still has time to devote to her love of netball where she coaches junior players, is a committee member of Roepena Netball Club and President of the town’s netball association.

Congratulations Kelly on everything you do – you are a leader, mentor and role model to many.

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