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The $9.8 billion, Anchorage-based Alaska USA Federal CreditUnion announced three hires andfive promotions.
Patrick Cosgrove, who bringsmore than 25 years of credit unionexperience, was hired as chieflending officer.
Peter Caldwell was hiredas vice president, accounting.Caldwell joins the credit unionwith more than 25 years of accounting experience as a CPA inthe financial services industry.
Katie Schwab was hired as vicepresident, personnel. Schwab rejoins Alaska USA with a wealthof experience in the human resources field, including previousexperience as manager, personnelfor Alaska USA.
June Gardner was promotedto the newly-created role of vicepresident, consumer compliance.Gardner has more than 19 yearsof industry experience and hasworked for Alaska USA for the lastfive years.
Roland Pilapil was promotedto the newly-created position ofvice president, branch administration, Southwest region, a rolethat will support branches in Arizona and the High Desert regionof California. Pilapil has been withAlaska USA since 2005.
Elizabeth Rense Pavlas waspromoted to COO. Pavlas hasmore than 10 years of experiencewith Alaska USA and most recently served as executive director, retail financial services.
Shannon Conley was promoted to executive director, retail financial services. Conley hasworked for Alaska USA for morethan 15 years.
Doug Horner was promoted toSVP, IM operations. Horner hasbeen with Alaska USA performinginformation management dutiesfor more than eight years.
The $300 million, Yuma, Ariz.-based AEA Federal Credit Unionhired Cory Deteras SVP of businessservices. Deter willoversee businesslending and manage business member relationships.
The $4 billion,
hired Judith Hen-
derson as vice
president of infor-
gy. In her new role,
she will oversee
ture, digital devel-
opment and IT solutions.
The $1.78 billion, Westminster,
Calif.-based LBSFinancial Credit Union hiredThomas Bette tothe LBS FinancialServices Investment Servicesteam as a financialadvisor. He will be based out ofthe credit union’s Long Beach/Los Altos branch.
The $4.2 billion, Neenah, Wis.-based Community First CreditUnion promoted Joe Harvey toSVP of facilities. Harvey has over
20 years of construction, safetyand facilities management experience. In his newrole, he joins thesenior leadershipteam, overseeingthe operations andmaintenance forall of Community First’s 26 branchlocations.
The $1 billion Cobalt CreditUnion in Papillion, Neb., promoted Keli Wragge to COO.
Wragge will leadall retail bankingoperations, including the creditunion’s 24 branchlocations, contactcenter, and videoand digital banking channels. Shehas more than 21
years of experience in the banking industry, the last 12 at Cobalt,where she has served in variousroles including branch managerand vice president of operations.
Wragge currently serves on theSAC Foundation’s board of directors in Papillion.
The $3.3 billion Corporate
Central Credit Union in Mus-
kego, Wis., pro-
moted Chad Ul-
lenberg to senior
lyst. In this role, he
will provide analyt-
ical expertise while
taking the lead on
rate Central’s analytics and risk
management tools, processes and
reporting. Ullenberg joined Cor-
porate Central in October 2016
as an investment analyst, and re-
cently earned the CFA Institute
Investment Foundations Program
certificate and Certified Credit
Union Investments Professional
The $3.8 billion, Austin, Texas-based UFCU named Dave Wagner vice president of informationtechnology and chief informationofficer. Wagner spent the last 18months workingwith the UFCU ITteam to develop abusiness-alignedIT strategy. Priorto that, he servedas a principal withWGroup, a Wave-stone companyand IT consultingfirm. He also was the owner ofDHW IT Consulting, and servedas vice president of global IT infrastructure for CareFusion and10 years as chief information officer for ON Semiconductor. Earlyin his career he held IT roles withPepsi Bottling Group and Dell.
AGENCIESNCUA Chairman Todd Harper selected Catherine Galicia to serveas his chief of staff.
Galicia is one of the highest-ranking Latinas in a Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery andEnforcement Act agency. Priorto being named chief of staff, sheserved as then-Board MemberHarper’s senior policy coun-sel since July 2019.
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