The People, The Community Is What Drives Longtime Enterprise Associate

Enterprise Bank & Trust Customer Service Representative Lisa Scott will celebrate 21 years on the job in September. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

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By CAROL A. CLARK
Los Alamos Daily Post
caclark@ladailypost.com

Lisa Scott is most often seen sharing smiles with those who enter the lobby at Enterprise Bank & Trust in Los Alamos.

In September Scott will celebrate both her 60th birthday and 21 years on the job – at that familiar front desk where she has become known as “the face of the bank”.

“For over two decades, Lisa Scott has greeted and assisted our customers with a friendly smile and an earnest desire to assist our neighbors with their financial needs. She is an exemplary employee and an asset to our community,” Los Alamos Market President Liddie Martinez said.

What brings Customer Service Representative Scott the most joy on the job?

“My customers, my co-workers … it’s the people, the community … we are all about taking care of each other and I love that,” she said.

Her greatest challenge on the job?

“Not being able to see my customers or co-workers and interact with them, it has been so hard,” Scott said. “But the bank is taking good care of us during this pandemic … even though I can’t see my customers in person right now, I do enjoy speaking with them over the phone and by email.”

Scott was born in Cherry Point, N.C. and primarily grew up in San Diego, Calif. During the years that her father served in the United States Marines, the family moved frequently.

“Living in so many different places is why I get along so well with people,” Scott said.

When her father retired from the Marines, he obtained employment at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Scott’s sister eventually joined LANL as well.

“I wanted to be near them, so I moved here in 1993 from San Diego,” Scott said.

Scott lives with her three cats that she said, “found me so I took them in”. She is the mother of two children. Her son Jay graduated from Los Alamos High School in 2006. Her daughter Sara graduated from LAHS early and enrolled at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces.

“I love the people of this community and I love my job … I know 90 percent of the people by name,” Scott said. “I am just really happy living here.”

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