Sandy Spring Bank Leaders Celebrated as Women of Influence

Ellen Fish, Mara Sierocinski and Sarah McMahon Sandy Spring Bank

In advance of their 6th Annual Women of Influence event, I95 Business has announced that Ellen Fish, Sarah McMahon, and Mara Sierocinski, are being recognized. All are with Sandy Spring Bank. These leaders and women across all business sectors will gather at the I95 Business event on April 26, 2023, at the Rolling Road Golf Club, to celebrate their accomplishments, grow their networks, and show some friendly competition over their fancy footwear.

Fish, McMahon, and Sierocinski, are highlighted in the Women Managing Money section of the April special issue of I95 Business magazine. 

Ellen Fish serves as the Senior Market Leader for the Baltimore and Frederick Regions for Sandy Spring Bank and isI a co-chair leading the Bank’s strategic expansion initiative in Baltimore City and Baltimore County. She works closely with her team to structure the best solution to meet clients’ financial needs.  She believes in giving back to the community, and she serves in leadership roles on numerous business and community boards.

Sarah McMahon is a Vice President and Commercial Relationship Manager. McMahon strives to understand every aspect of each client's cash flow, and works to provide solutions to help clients achieve their strategic goals. She is an active member of her community and serves on Best Buddies Advisory Board and the board for Stanley Snacks. She’s also involved with several organizations like Anne Arundel Industrial Commercial Association and Leadership Howard County. 

Mara Sierocinski is a Vice President and Commercial Relationship Manager of Greater Baltimore and oversees commercial expansion in Maryland. She is passionate about helping small and medium-sized businesses realize their profitability growth goals, while providing targeted financial analyses to promote sustainability. Dedicated to giving back, Mara serves in leadership roles at several nonprofits in Harford and Baltimore Counties.