RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. – The California Credit Union League has appointed Tena Lozano Richard Myles Johnson Foundation Services Manager.

In her new position Lozano will be responsible for administering and coordinating activities to support youth financial literacy and continuing education for credit union leaders.

“Tena is especially well suited to help the RMJ Foundation fulfill its focus on financial literacy education,” said Matthew Davidson, league executive vice president. “Her experience, wealth of credit union knowledge, and contacts will help the foundation not only raise funds, but more importantly allow it to make a difference in promoting financial literacy through credit unions.”

Lozano has nearly 20 years experience in the credit union movement, including seven years as public relations manager for WesCorp and four years in the league’s communications department. She received a BA in communication arts from California Polytechnic University, Pomona.

“I am excited to come back to the league and join the foundation in its quest to help young people in California to achieve financial literacy,” Lozano said. “This goal is something I believe credit unions will embrace and will want to support financially.”