Jennifer Imus is Vice President and Northern Alaska Business Banking Manager for Wells Fargo Bank. Her career in the financial services industry spans 16 years. She chairs Wells Fargo’s community advisory boards in Fairbanks and Barrow.
Imus holds a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Alaska Fairbanks and bachelor’s degree in international affairs from Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon. She is a Pacific Coast Banking School graduate, Class of 2008.
Imus is actively involved in the Fairbanks community. She currently serves on the Boards of Fairbanks Economic Development Corporation, Farthest North Girl Scouts Council, City of Fairbanks Permanent Fund Review Board and University of Alaska Museum of the North advisory board. She has served as Chair of the Greater Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce and in leadership positions for many other community and service organizations.
Imus, her husband Bryan, and children Evan and Logan enjoy camping in the summer and skiing, visiting Chena Hot Springs, and cheering for UAF Nanook and youth hockey in the winter.
we are a proud member of the stand for alaska coalition! are you?
The Greater Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce's number 2 priority in 2018 is to support the Stand for Alaska coalition, which will work to inform fellow Alaskans of the real dangers of the ballot initiative called Stand for Salmon, and the creation of a job-killing, community damaging regulation that would hurt the state’s ability to develop many of its natural resources. Alaska has a robust permitting process already in place.
This ballot initiative will appear on the November 6th ballot during the general election.
We encourage our members to sign up for the coalition alongside the Fairbanks Chamber and many other businesses in Fairbanks. Find out more at www.standforak.com.