Beth Corum Named Chief Operating Officer

Tallahassee, FL, September 21, 2020 – Capital City Bank announces Beth Corum has been named Chief Operating Officer, providing leadership and strategy for all areas of product and service delivery as well as corporate operations and retail market management.

Corum began her career with Capital City Bank in 2006 as Chief People Officer directing the Human Resources function. In 2010, she added the role of Capital City Services Company president, administrating all functions of the operations center of the Bank while retaining her responsibilities as Human Resources executive. Following an organizational realignment in 2015, Corum’s role was expanded once again to include management of all areas of service and delivery.

“Capital City Bank has benefitted from Beth’s dynamic and capable leadership in untold ways over her 14-year tenure,” said Capital City Bank Group Chairman, President and CEO Bill Smith. “She has lent her expertise as a member of our senior management team and served as executive over our HR area and operations center, which touches every facet of support, service and delivery. Her contributions to date have made Capital City Bank stronger, and I have every confidence in her abilities to drive strategies that carve out a bright future for the Bank and best serve our clients and communities for many years to come.”

Corum’s distinguished career includes previous roles with the Florida Bankers Association and the Community Bankers of Florida after earning her undergraduate degree in Journalism from the University of Tennessee and her master’s degree in communications from the Florida State University. Her numerous professional and community accomplishments include elected positions with the Children’s Home Society Board of Directors; the United Way of the Big Bend Executive Committee, including serving as chair of its annual community campaign in 2015; and various offices with the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce, including her current role as 2019-20 board chair. Additionally, she was selected one of Tallahassee’s “25 Women You Need to Know” by the Tallahassee Democrat in 2010 and named 2019 “R.E.D. Woman of the Year” by Tallahassee Woman Magazine.