California exec is second Woman to Watch of 2012 for Credit Union Times.
Rather than seeing challenges as stumbling blocks, Marianne Pulice, vice president/chief operating officer at XCEL Federal Credit Union, believes they represent opportunity.
The wardrobe options may have been what initially drew Denise Wymore, vice president of member loyalty at Santa Fe, N.M.-based Del Norte Credit Union to credit unions, but the ability to make a real difference in people’s lives has been what has kept her going 31 years later.
One of five new Women to Watch, Lisa Brown explains how she keeps it going as CEO of Tallahassee-Leon FCU.
"I often say sleep is for sissies, fuel up on coffee, roll up your sleeves and get working,” said Lisa Brown, president/CEO of Tallahassee-Leon Federal Credit Union. “I’m a huge proponent of lifelong learning. The moment you think you know everything and stop listening is the minute you set yourself...
Being president/CEO of a credit union may not have been Theresa Mann’s lifelong dream in college, but today she couldn’t imagine not being a part of the credit union industry.
Tarrah Palomino-Prim, assistant vice president of web services at SAFE Credit Union, believes there’s no such thing as an idea too crazy for consideration.
When it comes to challenges, having a hard time saying no has made all the difference in Kerry Parker’s life.
While everything may be bigger in Texas, Lynda Milton has an appreciation for the small.
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