South Florida Business Journal names Ginger Martin one of the top 250 Power Leaders for 2021

This year’s Power Leaders 250 – our annual “all industries” publication – profiles executives from the region’s top public and private companies.

The special section includes brief biographical information illustrating how these executives were selected for this prestigious honor.  But we also provided some personal information, so you can gain some insights into their personalities and see interests you have in common.

These are the executives who effectively lead their companies through the challenges that come with growing a business in such a competitive business market.  And I would be remiss if I didn’t mention how their stewardship helped their companies maneuver through one of the most challenging years for business ever due to the Covid-19 pandemic.  To that end, we asked them what one lesson they learned from leading their companies during a health crisis.

While many touched on how important it is to pivot quickly and adapt to change, or how technology helped keep open the lines of communication with team members, others spoke about cherishing quality time spent with friends and loved ones.

Many of these people will be familiar to you, whether from Business Journal reporting or as longtime business and community leaders. About 30% of them, however, are new to this special publication. We’ve made them easy to identify, along with those who are icons of the business community, and executives who have been featured at least five times.

The Power Leaders 250 and our annual Book of Lists are year-round resources of the companies and executives that are advancing the South Florida economy.

Ginger Martin
President and CEO, American National Bank
Oakland Park

Martin this year celebrates 25 years with American National Bank, and her 13th as CEO. Under her leadership, the Bank received awards for financial performance and community involvement, and grew total assets 28% in 2020.

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