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Job titles say as much about the organization as they do the person. Changing job titles — the titles themselves, not the people holding them — is not a new thing in credit union land. But there’s a new wave of them that are interesting and promising. These new titles are turning traditional roles on their heads, and they clearly show how credit unions are thinking differently about the credit union model in today's financial services environment.
Have you seen a title you’d like to know more about? Let CreditUnions.com know at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 223-3920.
Alliant’s Maura Ronayne uses business intelligence to help the credit union make intelligent business decisions from the member experience perspective.
Susan Fogarty brings wealth management and not-for-profit experiences to CAP COM FCU as it restructures under a member-impact umbrella.
Jonathan Dubuc focuses on “getting the right things done right” at Gulf Winds Credit Union.
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Kenia Calderon Ceron is forging a deeper relationship between Iowa’s biggest financial cooperative and the state’s growing Latino population.
Cindy Jones spearheads First Financial’s efforts to improve financial health and literacy among Baltimore-area schools.
User experience research helps specialists define and refine the BECU member experience.
Diane Sandoval-Griego coordinates diverse efforts to improve financial wellbeing for a multicultural membership.
Ann McMillian leads the charge to improve member and enterprise financial wellness at IH Mississippi Valley Credit Union.
Marc Ernest oversees a holistic approach to building business relationships at Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union.
Elizabeth Marshall goes beyond copywriting to combine the written word with a tone that’s personal, professional, and SEO-friendly.