Scott Kintzing was appointed to the Rowan University Foundation Board of Directors in 2008.
In August 2011, he was appointed Market President of Cornerstone Bank. In this role, he leads Cornerstone Bank’s Commercial Banking Division. In his more than 35 year career in banking, Mr. Kintzing worked his way up from management trainee to senior loan officer before joining The Bank in 1989, part of the Fulton Financial Corporation. In 1997, he was named president of The Bank and later ascended to chief executive officer in 2005 before adding vice chairman and president of the New Jersey Division of Fulton. Upon his retirement from The Bank in July 2011, Kintzing was the chairman of the board of directors.
Mr. Kintzing has lent his expertise to various community organizations, including acting as Commissioner of the Gloucester County Pollution Control Authority; board member of the Southern New Jersey Touchdown Club; and President of the Woodbury High School Alumni Association. Additionally he has served as Chairman of the West Deptford Planning Board; Vice-Chairman of the West Deptford Industrial Authority; and Chair of the Gloucester County American Heart Association. He has served in numerous capacities for the United Way of Gloucester County as a long time volunteer, board member and campaign chairman.
He has also played key roles in highly regarded professional groups throughout the region, including serving on the Board of Directors of the South Jersey Bankers Association; as a board member of the South Jersey Robert Morris Associates; and as a member of the Philadelphia Chapter of Robert Morris Associates.
He received his bachelor’s degree in political science from Gettysburg College in 1974 and was honored as a Gettysburg distinguished alumnus in 2006. He attended the MBA Program at Drexel University from 1978 to 1980 and graduated from the Stonier Graduate School of Banking in 1983.