Retirement and appointments revealed in 9 caisses populaires
Rogue Credit Union in Medford, Ore., announced that the President / CEO Gene Pelham will retire in the spring of 2022 after more than 18 years of service. Pelham, who has over 40 years of experience in the financial services industry, joined the credit union in 2003 and became President / CEO in 2007. Under his leadership, Rogue grew from 39 400 members and $ 303 million in assets to over 166,000 members and $ 2.5 billion. in assets. Pelham led Rogue through the Great Recession, the purchase and takeover of Chetco Federal Credit Union, a merger with Malheur Federal Credit Union, and an expansion of seven branches to a network of 27 locations. Rogue Board of Directors appointed EVP & COO Matt Stephenson the new president. Pelham will retain the role of CEO until his retirement. Stephenson joined the Credit Union in 2004, serving as Executive Vice President for the past 10 years.
The $ 992.7 million, based in Seattle Caisse populaire Salal hiring Dr. Judy Loveless-Morris as head of diversity and human resources. Loveless-Morris brings nearly 20 years of experience in management, education, research and diversity, equity and inclusion (DCI). In her new role, she will lead Salal’s HR and DCI strategies and efforts. Prior to joining Salal, Loveless-Morris served as Vice President for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion at Tacoma Community College in Tacoma, Washington. Prior to that, she spent time as Dean of University Education and Acting Director of Diversity and Equity at Clover Park Technical College in Lakewood, Washington. She holds a master’s degree in sociology and statistics and a doctorate in philosophy in sociology from the University of Washington.
The $ 6.1 billion, based in Poughkeepsie, NY Hudson Valley Credit Union hiring Rob brown as vice president of branch administration. He will be responsible for the 20 branches of the caisse. Brown brings a wealth of experience in executive roles overseeing large branch networks for Key Bank and M&T, as well as eight years as a Regional Director of Commercial Banking Services for Westchester and Rockland Counties with Citizens and Chase.
The $ 550 million, based in Martinsville, Virginia ValleyStar Credit Union hiring Karen DeSalvo as the first director of the experiment. DeSalvo will directly oversee the management of the financial centers, contact center, digital services and marketing functions. She has over 20 years of executive financial management experience with several major credit unions and banks, and has led strategies to build strong brands, enhance the consumer experience and drive organizational growth. She has also led teams to integrate data and technology to further improve the consumer experience while increasing product adoption.
Leominster Credit Union ($ 785 million, Leominster, Mass.) Promoted two employees.
Ellen coughlin was promoted to Vice President, Human Resources and Development. Coughlin has served as Assistant Vice President of Human Resources for the past five years and has worked for the Credit Union for 17 years. She will be responsible for all HR functions, development and training, and will become a member of the management team.
Mychelle Phillips was promoted to vice president, operations and information technology. Phillips has worked for the LCU for 17 years and has served as Vice President of Operations for the past six years. His new roles will include responsibility for the digital and member service center, operations and IT division. She will also become a member of the management team.
The $ 950 million, based in Marlborough, Massachusetts St. Mary’s Credit Union promoted three employees to SVP positions.
Sarah A. Day was promoted to SVP, Commercial Credit Officer. Day joined the Credit Union in 2005 as Marketing Director and moved to the Commercial Loans team in 2013, most recently serving as Vice President and specializing in Commercial Mortgages, Vehicle Lending and equipment and commercial lines of credit.
Armand A. Fernandez was promoted SVP, Senior Small Business Lending Officer. He joined SMCU in 2013 as Vice President, Small Business Lending, leading the credit union’s small business lending efforts. He is responsible for the Small Business Administration’s designation of the Credit Union as the Massachusetts Credit Union of the Year for the past six years.
Christine G. Monteiro was promoted to SVP, Branch Administrator. Monteiro joined SMCU in 2004 as Branch Manager of the Hudson Credit Union branch and has served as Vice President of Retail Services for the past two years, overseeing the Hudson branches. , Northborough and Westborough. In her new role, she will be responsible for the organizational management of the day-to-day operations of SMCU’s branch network, as well as the expansion of corporate services and the business development team.
Eric hardman, which served to the $ 223.7 million, based in St. Louis, Missouri Electro Savings Credit Union for 21 years, retired from his position of Vice President of Finance and Lending and Chief Financial Officer on April 1.
Electro named Patti poe as the new vice president of finance and loans and chief financial officer. Poe previously worked at Electro from 2000 to 2003 as an accounting manager and mentored under Hardman.
The $ 2 billion, based in Austin, Texas A + Federal Credit Union hired a new executive and promoted another.
David Cic was hired as financial director. Cic has over 20 years of experience in the financial industry and comes to A + FCU from the $ 1.8 billion Westerra Credit Union of Denver, where he served as Vice President of Finance. In this role, he oversaw the finance and accounting teams and managed the investment strategies and securities portfolio of the credit union.
Tricia lewis was promoted to SVP from Human Resources. Lewis has been with A + FCU since 2002, starting as an HR assistant and working his way up to senior management positions. His role includes overseeing the human resources and training departments of the credit union.
The $ 3.95 billion Coastal credit union in Raleigh, NC, hired Tina Clossick as vice president of corporate partnerships. In her new role, she will lead and grow the credit union community engagement team, build relationships and drive growth among business partners, and ensure Coastal has a strong presence and positive impact among its partners. corporate and in the community. Clossick brings over 15 years of experience to Coastal, most recently as Associate Director of Development at the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. Previously, she founded and spent over 10 years managing the Kidzu Children’s Museum in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
The Dallas-based Mortgage of UC members, a division of Colonial Savings, FA, named Lisa chavez and Kelton Robinson treatment managers. In their new roles, Chavez and Robinson will be responsible for developing training resources, managing the pipeline, reviewing cases and streamlining overall processing improvements to ensure on-time mortgage closings and satisfaction. continues from members and credit unions.
Chavez has worked for UC members since March 2019, where she was previously a Loan Assistant and Loan Processing Officer. She has over 18 years of experience in the mortgage industry as a sub-contractor, underwriter and mortgage reconciliation.
Robinson joins UC members with over 12 years of experience in the mortgage finance industry, including over 10 years as a team leader. His past roles include Senior Mortgage Processor, Financial Services Officer, Processing Supervisor and Escalation Specialist.
Please send your People news to Natasha Chilingerian at [email protected]