Credit unions from across the country have recently welcomed new employees and board members into the fold. Here is a look at some of the industry’s latest hires and promotions in addition to a few employees who were recognized for their work.
Michael McNabb, ABNB Federal Credit Union
Michael McNabb has been named senior vice president and chief lending officer at ABNB Federal Credit Union in Chesapeake, Va.
Rob Lefkowicz, Langley Federal Credit Union
Langley Federal Credit Union in Newport News, Va., named Rob Lefkowicz as vice president of operations.
Tim Rowe, Member One Federal Credit Union
Member One Federal Credit Union in Roanoke, Va., promoted Tim Rowe to executive vice president and chief administrative officer.
Teresa Halleck Campbell, San Diego County Credit Union
Teresa Halleck Campbell, president and CEO of San Diego County Credit Union, was recognized at the 25th Annual Business Women of the Year Awards by the San Diego Business Journal for her “innovation, entrepreneurship, professional accomplishment and community leadership," according to a press release.
Tim Sass, Royal Credit Union
Royal Credit Union in Eau Claire, Wis., has named Tim Sass as branch manager of the New Richmond, Wis., office.
Ryan Donovan, Credit Union National Association
Ryan Donovan, chief advocacy officer of Credit Union National Association, was named to the list of top lobbyists for 2018 by the publication The Hill.
Neal Wellons, Chartway Federal Credit Union
Chartway Federal Credit Union in Virginia Beach, Va., named Neal Wellons as vice president of finance and accounting.
Kim Ross, Chartway Federal Credit Union
Chartway Federal Credit Union in Virginia Beach, Va., named Kim Ross as chief human resources officer.
Marsha Clarke, Crane Credit Union
Crane Credit Union in Odon, Ind., awarded the third annual Lenora Whitehead Service Award to Marsha Clarke, branch manager at the Washington, Ind., location, for extraordinary service. The institution presented a $1,000 donation to Clarke’s favorite charity, Friends for Animals. Pictured left to right: Sheila O'Maley and Georgina Williams from Friends for Animals and Clarke.
Jay Camerino, LBS Financial Credit Union
LBS Financial Credit Union in Westminster, Calif., named Jay Camerino to its board of directors.
Kathi Glanz, Yuma County Federal Credit Union
Kathi Glanz, president of Yuma County Federal Credit Union in Colorado, completed her training at the Mountain West Credit Union Association’s Chief Executive Institute.
Jim Nussle, Credit Union National Association
Jim Nussle, president and CEO of Credit Union National Association, was named to the list of top lobbyists for 2018 by the publication The Hill.
Austin G. Shockley, Hopewell Federal Credit Union
Hopewell Federal Credit Union in Heath, Ohio, hired Austin G. Shockley as a teller.
Jean Hopstetter, Member One Federal Credit Union
Member One Federal Credit Union in Roanoke, Va., promoted Jean Hopstetter to senior executive vice president.
Jill Baker, LBS Financial Credit Union
LBS Financial Credit Union in Westminster, Calif., named Jill Baker to its board of directors.
Byron Gifford, Chartway Federal Credit Union
Chartway Federal Credit Union in Virginia Beach, Va., named Byron Gifford as vice president of collections and fraud.
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