Robins Financial Credit Union announces new Vice President of Project Management and Transformation

July 22nd, 2024411 Warner Robins, Ga. - Robins Financial Credit Union proudly welcomes Amy Fuller as the new Vice President of Project Management & Transformation. In this role, Fuller will implement frameworks and efficiencies for prioritizing and delivering outcomes that align with the credit union’s strategic growth objectives. “I am excited to welcome Amy to the Robins Financial Credit Union family," said Amy Etheridge, Senior Vice President of Strategy & Transformation. "Her extensive experience, leadership, and proven track record in growth-oriented process improvements will be instrumental in furthering our mission to be Member Focused....

Robins Financial Credit Union promoted five to senior management positions

July 3rd, 20241637 Warner Robins, Ga. – Robins Financial Credit Union announced five promotions to senior management positions in response to the overall growth and direction of the organization. “These individuals consistently demonstrate exceptional commitment to our mission statement: Member Focused. Financial Partners. Community Proud,” stated Christina O’Brien, Robins Financial president and CEO. “Their expertise will be instrumental in achieving our strategic growth objectives.” Individuals promoted include: Dee Dee Côté to the role of Executive Vice President/Chief Growth Officer. Côté’s proven track record and dedication to...

Financial inclusion, industry relevancy among topics tackled in award-winning SRCUS white papers

July 3rd, 20241329 Athens, GA (July 3, 2024) – One of the primary purposes of Southeast Management School is to prepare each student for a successful career of leadership in the credit union movement. To help accomplish this purpose and as a prerequisite for graduation from the three-year program, students work together in small groups to develop white papers that feature current research, analyses, and proposed solutions for an issue affecting the credit union industry or an opportunity/decision that many credit unions are currently facing or will face in the future. This year, three groups from the 2024 graduating class were awarded for their white...

Robins Financial Credit Union Donated $70,000 to Bibb County Non-Profits

July 2nd, 20241426 Macon, Ga. - Robins Financial Credit Union donated $70,000 to Bibb County non-profits in honor of its 70th anniversary at the grand opening celebration of its new Downtown Macon branch on June 27. “Our commitment to being Community Proud means that ties to our community go beyond the walls of our branches,” stated Christina O’Brien, Robins Financial president and CEO. “We actively participate in local initiatives and volunteer at various community events because we believe in improving the lives of those around us. A strong community benefits us all, and we take pride in contributing to this positive change.” Three of the...

Georgia United Credit Union dedicates new Atlanta branch with ribbon cutting ceremony

July 1st, 2024729 DULUTH, GA (June 27, 2024) – With the snip of oversized scissors, Georgia United Credit Union officially marked a new chapter of serving members in downtown Atlanta with its new branch on Marietta Street. Georgia United CEO Debbie Smith, President Laura King and other executives, board of directors, leaders and team members were joined by Central Atlanta Progress President A.J. Robinson to celebrate and commemorate the relocation of the credit union’s former Whitehall Street branch to the heart of Atlanta’s convention, sports and entertainment district. “We are so excited to be here – it feels like family, community and...

Robins Financial Credit Union Announces Grand Opening Celebration of Downtown Macon Branch

June 25th, 2024732 Macon, Ga. - Robins Financial Credit Union is hosting a grand opening celebration on June 27 at 11:00 a.m. for its new downtown Macon branch located at 515 Mulberry St. "Our expanded presence in downtown Macon signifies our commitment to sustainable growth and reflects our active participation in the ongoing revitalization efforts of this vibrant area,” stated Christina O’Brien, Robins Financial president and CEO. “We are eager to provide expanded services to our members and collaborate with local businesses in this new, convenient location." This exciting news coincides with Robins Financial Credit Union's 70th anniversary,...

Associated Credit Union Receives Credit Unions of the Year Award

June 24th, 2024722 ATLANTA, GA – On Friday, June 14, Associated Credit Union in Atlanta, Georgia, won the League of Southeastern Credit Unions (LSCU) Award for Credit Union of the Year in Georgia with more than $500 million in assets. The LSCU Awards were presented at the 2024 Southeast Credit Union Conference & Expo (SCUCE) in Orlando, Florida from June 12 - 14. The LSCU Awards recognizes credit unions and credit union professionals who demonstrate exemplary service and accomplish significant achievements. “This recognition reflects the dedication, innovation, and outstanding service our team provides to our members daily,” said Lin Hodges,...

Georgia United Credit Union appoints Fieldale Farms executive to Board of Directors

June 14th, 20241126 DULUTH, GA (June 14, 2024) - Georgia United Credit Union is pleased to announce the appointment of Amanda Chosewood to the organization’s Board of Directors. With extensive experience in the finance industry, Chosewood brings a wealth of expertise to Georgia United as she begins her term as the tenth member of the Board of Directors. Chosewood serves as vice president, corporate treasurer for Fieldale Farms Corporation, headquartered in Baldwin, Ga. She previously served on the board of North Main Credit Union in Cornelia, which merged with Georgia United in 2023. As a result of that merger, employees of Fieldale, one of the largest...

Financial Literacy for Pre-K Students

June 13th, 20241125 Augusta, GA  – For the 2023-2024 academic year, Tawanaca Williams, SRP Federal Credit Union’s Financial Services Engagement Developer, conducted engaging financial literacy sessions with the Tabernacle Baptist Church’s Pre-Kindergarten (Pre-K) class. As part of this initiative, students were encouraged to save unwrapped Happy Meal toys, receiving $1 for each toy collected. SRP proudly awarded each student with a minimum of $25 for their efforts. Pastor Goodman of Tabernacle Baptist Church also matched SRP’s donations for the students. Throughout the year, the students learned a special song about money, and it was performed it at...
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