Practical but progressive, Troy Rosenbrook’s leadership at Highland Bank is making an impact. Since joining the organization as Bank President in October 2017, Troy has worked closely with his leadership team and built a commercial sales group focused on maintaining Highland’s growth trajectory while establishing its brand as a community bank with diverse commercial banking expertise.
The confidence and experience demonstrated by Troy was cultivated over three decades in the banking industry. After obtaining his B.S. degree in Finance from Minnesota State University-Moorhead, Troy’s career path provided valuable exposure and insight to both community and national bank cultures across the upper Midwest. He draws on this experience for human resource leadership and development as he seeks to create a workplace culture and environment that draws top talent and keeps his team engaged in providing top-level service.
Troy remains active and engaged in the business community himself. As a member of the Minnesota Bankers Association (MBA) Board of Directors, Troy has a front seat to legislation and regulatory priorities and initiatives that influence our ability to serve our communities. His involvement provides input to the MBA grassroots efforts to educate and influence local lawmakers on key issues. He is the past treasurer of St. Paul based
non-profit Conservation Corp of Minnesota and Iowa (AmeriCorps funded organization), and continues to serve as a board member since joining them in 2018. As a director, he supports regional natural resource initiatives that provide young adults with personal development opportunities designed to build leadership skills and pathways into careers in natural resource management.
Highland’s commitment to customers is to deliver bank services and technical solutions that meet customer expectations in a rapidly evolving world. Troy leads and empowers his team to stay connected with bank relationships, and find creative ways to remain relevant.
A native of Marshall, Minnesota, Troy personifies Midwestern values. His time out of the office includes showing his loyalty to the Twin Cities’ various sports teams, spending time at the lake with family and friends, traveling, and playing the occasional round of golf.