Just before heading out for the July Fourth holiday, HR departments at credit unions from coast to coast kept busy making new hires and promotions. Plus, two credit union service providers hired new executives.


The $4.9 billion Ent Credit Union in Colorado Springs, Colo., announced Randy Bernstein (pictured), president/CEO, will retire in October following a 20-year career with the credit union. Bernstein served as president and COO from 2011 to 2014, and was named president/CEO in 2014. During his tenure as CEO, assets and membership at the credit union grew by more than 19%, with Ent reaching more than $4.9 billion in assets and more than 289,000 in membership. Chad Graves, Ent's current senior EVP of operations and technology, will succeed Bernstein as CEO. Graves has been a member of Ent's leadership team since 2003 and has been instrumental in identifying, designing and implementing the emerging technologies that have helped Ent continue to better serve its member-owners.

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