First United in Oakland, Md., has promoted Tonya Sturm to chief financial officer.
Sturm succeeded Carissa Rodeheaver at the $1.3 billion-asset bank, effective Monday. Rodeheaver, who had been acting CFO, will retain her position as president.
Sturm previously had been First United's controller, a position she had held since 2008. Her career at First United began in 1996 when she joined as a staff auditor; she has moved through a number of positions since.