- LAFCU promotes Brian Tribell to new risk analysis position
LAFCU has created the position of risk analyst to augment the credit union’s risk management.
- LAFCU awards LCC scholarships to 3 women pursuing delayed careers
LAFCU has awarded college scholarships to three women who are pursuing education needed for careers that have been postponed by life circumstances.
- Governor appoints LAFCU’s Kelli Ellsworth Etchison to Michigan’s Black Leadership Advisory Council
The council was created to serve in an advisory capacity to the governor and develop, review and recommend policies and actions designed to prevent and eradicate discrimination and racial inequity in Michigan.
- LAFCU wins national marketing, branding awards
Three LAFCU marketing and branding initiatives have been recognized in the 2020 MAC Awards, with one entry earning the top award in its category.
- LAFCU Shred Day Oct. 24 open to public
LAFCU is offering free document shredding to the public at the credit union’s Shred Day, Saturday, Oct. 24, 10 a.m. to noon.
- LAFCU focuses on employee health; partners with On Target Living
LAFCU has partnered with On Target Living, a health and performance company, to provide virtual wellness resources for employees.
- LAFCU board names Ellsworth Etchison first chief diversity officer
LAFCU Board of Directors has appointed Kelli Ellsworth Etchison as the credit union’s first chief diversity officer. She will also continue as LAFCU chief marketing officer, a position she has held since 2015.
- LAFCU named a ‘2020 Best Credit Union to Work For’ in the nation
Fifty institutions made Credit Union Journal’s annual ranking of the Best Credit Unions to Work For in the nation, and LAFCU is one of the 50.
- LAFCU names Rob Boomershine as VP of lending
Boomershine has 14 years of experience in the financial services industry working for credit unions in positions such as loan officer, lending manager and branch manager.
- LAFCU names Jeremy Sampson as VP of facilities
Sampson’s new responsibilities include development and support of strategic initiatives involving the credit union’s 10 branches, such as building allocation, expansion and modification, research and profitability analysis.