ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Jan Roche has traded one government credit union for another as the president/CEO of State Department FCU. Roche was previously president/ CEO of US Senate FCU where she had an eventful last couple of years. Not only was the credit union shut down because of an anthrax scare, but there was also a major battle at the board level over a board proposal to expand the number of board seats. While Roche left around the time of the board issues, she said it had nothing to do with her departure and that the time was right for a move. Roche, a CPA, started out in public accounting with newspaper chain Gannet for several years before taking her first credit union job at US Senate FCU as VP of Accounting. Roche spent 14 years at the credit union, three as CEO before making her move.

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