This week's people news includes a CEO retirement and the election of Altura CU's first female board chair.
Credit unions end July with a number of new hires; plus, trades announce staff additions and awards.
Amy Sink was named chief executive officer of the $650 million Interra Credit Union in Goshen, Ind.
From East and West, Midwest and South, credit union people in the news.
Pictures and plaudits for credit unions living out the movement's motto in their communities.
Montana credit union kicks off second year of board mentoring, community service program for local high school.
Seven Whitefish High School students may have just become the most influential teenagers in northwest Montana after being selected by WHS from among 232 of their peers to become the first members of Whitefish Credit Union’s inaugural junior board of directors.
Their duties will include conducting their own board meetings, writing articles for WCU’s newsletter and implementing a community service project.
The unsettling headlines pile up. In Grand Rapids, Mich., a former assistant branch manager at Case Credit Union pleaded guilty to embezzling $236,000 over a span of nearly two years.