Credit unions and other organizations within the movement have announced another round of promotions and appointments.
Nathan Schmidt, EVP of marketing and business development for San Diego County CU was named the 2017 Marketing Professional of the Year by the CUNA Marketing & Business Development Council.
Elevations CU, Boulder, Colo., named Mark Sööt as a mortgage loan officer.
Cornerstone Advisors named Niel Devasir as senior director of its technology solutions practice area.
CoastHills CU, Lompoc, Calif., elected Kate Griffith to its board of directors, to succeed Roger Welt, who did not seek reelection. Griffith was formerly secretary of CoastHills supervisory committee.
Elevations CU, Boulder, Colo., named Susie Kiesling as a mortgage loan officer.
CoastHills CU, Lompoc, Calif., elected Paul Klock to a three-year term on its supervisory committee.
Ideal CU, Woodbury, Minn., named Craig Lundquist (right) as senior financial advisor, and Kristin Becker (left) as the new wealth advisors office coordinator.
Mark S. Cochran, president and chief executive of Jeanne D’Arc CU, Lowell, Mass., received the Bishop John R. McNamara Award. He is pictured here with Michelle Silveira, Jeanne D’Arc CU's SVP and chief marketing officer
The Minnesota CU Foundation named Andrea Molnau, director of communications for the Minnesota CU Network, as its new executive director.
CoastHills CU, Lompoc, Calif., elected Lee-Volker Cox to a three-year term on its supervisory committee.
CoastHills CU, Lompoc, Calif., elected David Myers to its supervisory committee to fill the spot vacated by Kate Griffith.
CU Capital Market Solutions named Joseph Parvin as VP-business development/fixed income specialist.
Financial Center First CU, Indianapolis, has promoted Dewey Williams to director of lending.
Elevations CU, Boulder, Colo., named Ed Hermsen as a mortgage loan officer.
J. Michael B. MacDonald
Financial Center First CU, Indianapolis, has promoted J. Michael B. MacDonald to commercial sales manager.
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