Sanibel Captiva Community Bank promotes Kaduk to residential loan officer

Sanibel Captiva Community Bank announced the promotion of Rachel Kaduk to a residential loan officer. She works from the Bridge Branch, located at 9311 College Parkway, Fort Myers.

Kaduk was hired in 2020 as an interim loan operations specialist to assist with the Small Business Administration Payroll Protection Program. She was instrumental in helping administer the program, resulting in the bank securing over 1,100 loans for businesses, independent contractors and nonprofits totaling close to $110 million and helping nearly 10,000 Southwest Floridians keep their jobs. Three months after joining the bank, Kaduk transitioned to a permanent position as a residential loan coordinator responsible for reviewing loan applications and preparing mortgage files for delivery to underwriting.

Kaduk is heavily involved in the community and is known for her extensive philanthropic work. She currently sits on several nonprofit boards, including the Chamber of Commerce of Cape Coral, Guardian Angels for Special Populations and the Southwest Florida Symphony. In addition, she is active with the Chamber of Southwest Florida and the Lee County Republican Liberty Caucus.

She has received several recognitions for her community work in the last several years. This year, Kaduk was honored at the Chamber of Commerce of Cape Coral’s Chairman’s Gala and Excellence in Business Awards as a 2024 “Chamber Champion” for her ongoing dedication and contributions to the chamber’s work. The Chamber also recognized Kaduk in 2022 as the Government Affairs Committee Member of the Year. In 2023, Kaduk was chosen as one of 10 Southwest Florida women to receive the 2023 Acts of Kindness Award at the 7th Annual Women of Distinction Gala. She was recognized for her exceptional acts of kindness during the recovery efforts following the devastating impact of Hurricane Ian.