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The $3.8 billion Mission FederalCredit Union in San Diego ap-pointed Eric Lar-son as vice president – financeand treasury. Lar-son served asCFO of CalPri-vate Bank and itsholding company,Private Bancorpof America, Inc.
from 2010 until 2019. Prior to histenure at CalPrivate, Larson wasemployed at San Diego National
Bank from 1985 until 2009.
The $2.2 billion ElevationsCredit Union in Boulder, Colo.,promoted Stephanie Camara-Ray to SVP, creditrisk management.In this role, Camara-Ray will leadElevations’ creditrisk managementteams includingresidential, consumer and business underwriting,Deutsche Bank and CitiMortgage.
The $179 million ACCESS Federal Credit Union in Clinton, N.Y.,promoted three of its employeesto assistant vice president.
Emily Coin was promoted toassistant vice president of riskmanagement. Coinjoined the creditunion in 2016 andhas worked in several positions, including internalauditor. Most recently she was thesupervisor of riskmanagement. Inher position, she is responsiblefor regulatory compliance, branchsecurity and overseeing the internal audit functions of the creditunion. Coin also maintains all thecredit union policies and procedures, and assists with new product development.
was promoted toassistant vice president and loan officer. Lukacz beganher career withthe credit union in1997 as a memberservice representative in the Oneida office beforetransferring to the Clinton office.
In April 2004, Lukacz was promoted to branch supervisor ofthe Clinton office, and is currentlyresponsible for supporting all aspects of the frontline operationsfor the Clinton office. In addition,she is a mortgage originator for thecredit union. In February, Lukaczwas granted lending authority bythe credit union’s board of directors and will serve as a loan officerfor the credit union.
Nicholas Owens was promotedto assistant vice president andloan officer. Owens began his career with the creditunion in 2008 andhas served as a teller, head teller andmember servicerepresentative. InJune 2017, Owenswas promoted tobranch supervisor of the Oneidaand Sherrill offices. Owens is currently responsible for supportingall aspects of the frontline operations in both offices. In addition,Owens is a mortgage originatorfor the credit union. In February,Owens was granted lending authority by the credit union’s boardof directors and will serve as loanofficer for the credit union.
The $334 million First New YorkFederal Credit Union in Albany,N. Y., hired Cassandra Nadler as agraphic designer, joining the marketing department.
In this role, Nadlerwill be responsiblefor the creation anddesign of the creditunion’s digital andprint marketingmaterials. Prior tojoining First NewYork, she was agraphic designer at Brawn Mediaand a content designer at IEEEGlobalSpec in Albany.
The $2.6 billion Corporate Central Credit Union in Muskego,Wis., hired Kevin Mackenzie asa senior softwareengineer. Mackenzie will deliverbusiness processimprovementsand automationby managing, analyzing, designing,developing and integrating efficientbusiness intelligence and data-base systems. Mackenzie bringsmore than 30 years of experienceacross many industries in software design and development.
The $2.9 billion First Community Credit Union in Chesterfield,Mo., hired Tom Thornton as vicepresident of investment services.
Thornton bringsextensive knowledge and morethan 20 years of experience as a high-performing retailfinancial consultant and regionalsales manager. Most recently, hewas the investments and insurance director for Heartland Financial USA in Dubuque, Iowa.
The $1.1 billion
SAFE FederalCredit Unionin Sumter, S.C.,named MichaelBaker president/CEO. Baker willsucceed DarrellMerkel, who hasserved as president/CEO since March 2017.
In December 2019, Merkel announced his plans to retire fromSAFE during the summer of 2020after 32 years of service. Bakerbrings almost 20 years of creditunion experience to the positionand currently serves as SAFE’sEVP/COO.
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