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Quin Swiney, J.D.

Assistant Vice President/Trust Administration, AmeriTrust Corporation

Ave Maria School of Law, Michigan
University of Dallas

A native Tulsan, Quin Swiney joined AmeriTrust in 2015.

Quin is a graduate of the University of Dallas with honors before attending Ave Maria School of Law in Michigan, where she was involved as president and chair of multiple student organizations and competed extensively in moot court competitions. After graduation, she lived in Kentucky for several years where she served as a Trust Officer for Kentucky Bank.  

Quin practiced law with private firms in Kentucky, gaining experience in several practice areas before returning to Tulsa to continue working in Trust & Estate Law. She was admitted to the Kentucky State Bar, Eastern District of Kentucky federal court and the Oklahoma Bar. Quin has also been an active member of Tulsa Estate Planning Forum since 2016.

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