The $2.5 billion Michigan State University Federal Credit Union has promoted Sara Dolan and Ronda McCoy to the newly created positions of chief financial officer and chief lending officer, respectively, the East Lansing credit union announced this week.
Dolan has been with the $2.5 billion MSU FCU since 2005 and had been vice president of finance and adjustments. McCoy has been with MSUFCU since 2004 and had been vice president of lending.
(MSUFCU’s Ronda McCoy, left, and Sara Dolan.)
“These two management changes were made due to the size and scope of our credit union, and we believe these organizational changes will help us to best serve our members as we continue to grow,” President/CEO Patrick McPharlin said in the announcement this week.
The 176,000-member MSU FCU says it is the world’s largest university-based credit union and now has 12 branches and more than 520 employees.