Camden National Bank recently announced that Penelope Dougherty has been promoted to vice president, digital support manager, reporting to Bill Martel, executive vice president of technology and support services.

With more than 10 years of experience at Camden National Bank, Dougherty has been instrumental in supporting the development of the bank’s digital channels for the past eight years. In her new role, she is responsible for the digital solutions roadmap, serving and supporting both retail and commercial banking customers.

For the past three years, Dougherty served as vice president, digital banking manager, leading the team responsible for online and mobile banking, bill pay, and wire transfers. She has also led several major system upgrades and implementations, including the bank’s person-to-person payment tool, as well as its digital treasury management system for organizations with complex cash management needs. Previously, Dougherty also held roles in loan servicing and as a student teller.

Since joining Camden National Bank, Dougherty has received several of the bank’s highest internal honors: the 2013 Commitment to Internal Service Award, 2014 Stakeholder of the Year Award, and 2019 Bob Daigle Award for Achievement through Innovation. She has also completed both of Camden National Bank’s Horizons leadership development programs for high-potential employees.

Dougherty is originally from Midcoast Maine, and she received her Bachelor of Arts from Smith College. She lives in Lincolnville.