From board member appointments to recognizing young professionals and expanding the C-suite, here's another round of credit union personnel news.
Lisa Sneed, Service One
Service One Credit Union in Bowling Green, Ky. promoted Lisa Sneed to AVP of marketing and advertising. Sneed joined the credit union’s staff in 2002 as full-time teller and has held a variety of positions since then, working most recently as a marketing and membership development specialist.
Denise Nagel, Royal Credit Union
Denise Nagel was appointed business intelligence and analytics manager at Royal Credit Union in Eau Claire, Wis.
Russ McAtee, SkyOne FCU
SkyOne Federal Credit Union in Hawthorne, Calif. hired Russ McAtee as its new chief lending officer.
Tad Carlson, Royal CU
Royal Credit Union in Eau Claire, Wis. named Tad Carlson VP of IT solutions and development. He joined the credit union’s staff in 2018 as an applications analyst.
Sherlyn Smith, Oklahoma's Credit Union
Sherlyn Smith was appointed SVP of operations at Oklahoma’s Credit Union.
Scott Ko, SkyOne FCU
SkyOne Federal Credit Union in Hawthorne, Calif. hired Scott Ko as its new chief financial officer.
Sheila Kohls, Royal CU
Sheila Kohls was named VP of operations at Royal Credit Union in Eau Claire, Wis.
Brent Clemmens, Oklahoma's Credit Union
Brent Clemmens was promoted to oversee the indirect lending and member experience center at Oklahoma’s Credit Union.
Mary Robinson, Visions FCU
Mary Robinson, a board member at Endicott, N.Y.-based Visions FCU, was selected as a “40 Under Forty” recipient by the Business Journal News Network.
Kristin Walle, Unify Financial CU
Kristin Walle joined the board of directors at Torrance, Calif.-based Unify Financial Credit Union. Walle previously served as a member of the credit union’s supervisory and risk committees.
The percentage of institutions in the Best Credit Unions to Work For rankings that provide formalized diversity training continues to rise each year, reflecting a growing awareness of the issue within the industry.
The company has been experimenting with ways to recruit more women and minorities, including a program to hire professionals who had left banking. But CEO Charlie Scharf’s reference to “a very limited pool of Black talent” for important jobs may make it harder for Wells to meet inclusion goals.