WASHINGTON — Jill Jarman took the reins at Credit Union House on Capitol Hill early this year. Jarman replaced Kyle Noble as Credit Union House manager as of Jan. 3, 2006; prior to that she served as director of advocacy and communication with the Montana Credit Union Network. Most recently in her four years of service at the Montana league, Jarman served as government and political specialist focusing on state legislative and political fundraising issues. Jarman previously worked for the American Red Cross. Credit Union House was established in 2001 to represent credit unions’ permanent presence on Capitol Hill. The facility hosts nearly 100 events.

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