Mary Greco is the new president/CEO of the $250 million Clackamas Federal Credit Union in Milwaukie, Ore.
She replaces Diann Owen who left Clackamas FCU on May 6 after a “mutually agreed upon decision between all parties,” said Monica Komperda, a spokesperson for the credit union.
“The credit union is grateful for (Owen’s) years of dedication and service,” Komperda said.
Greco was unanimously chosen by the board of directors, according to a Clackamas FCU statement. Greco, who previously served as the credit union’s executive vice president, brings 31 years of credit union experience to her new role.
“Mary has a depth of experience and brings a passion for employees and member service,” said Keith Galitz, Clackamas FCU’s board chair.
“This is a time of significant change and challenges in our industry,” Galitz said. “The board believes that Mary has the vision and management ability to lead the credit union forward as we continue to deliver our members local banking products and services that offer great value and convenience.”
Greco began her career at the $56 million Coconino FCU in Flagstaff, Ariz., where she spent six years. She continued in the credit union industry for the next 15 years in Las Vegas, first at the former Network FCU and later at Silver State Schools CU. She joined Clackamas in 2001.
Her experience includes operations, lending, accounting, branch administration and human resources and training.
“I am honored by the opportunity to lead Clackamas,” Greco said in the Clackamas CU announcement. “Our credit union has a great staff, a proud legacy of serving Clackamas County, and above all amazing members. I’m excited to work with a great leadership team and our employees to continue adding value for every Clackamas member.”