Noel Busch has served as principal and/or CEO in multiple industries over a span of 50 years, including the management of fourteen trade and professional associations (local, state and national); as founding president of a regional business college; as founding director and president of two regional bankers’ banks and principal consultant in the formation of eight other regional bankers’ banks; as bank performance consultant to more than 1000 banks; as founder, co-publisher and co-editor of the Pine Hills Press; and as officer of family-owned companies. Busch serves currently as Treasurer of the Diocese of the South, Orthodox Church in America, and financial advisor to parishes in 14 states. He has also served as catechetical instructor and warden for his own parish. He has been active on behalf of Pine Hills for nearly 25 years and received the 2015 Pine Hills NID Pillar award.
Busch has served on numerous state and federal advisory boards, including Advisory Board for the Southern Banking Law and Policy Conference with the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and Georgia State University School of Law, and a Special Liaison Group with the Chief Counsels for federal bank regulatory agencies. He was awarded the Orlando Chamber of Commerce Banker Advocate of the Year and the U.S. Small Business Administration Financial Services Advocate of the Year.