Georgia United Credit Union recently welcomed Stephanie Zuleger as its new chief lending officer.
Zuleger — who will sit on Georgia United’s executive leadership team and will report to Executive Vice President Shawn Turpin — comes with 15 years of credit union experience. Most recently, she held the
position of chief lending officer and chief experience officer at Y-12 Federal Credit Union in Oak Ridge, Tenn.
In addition ot her extensive credit union experience, Zuleger has been honored with the Credit Union Times Women to Watch Award in 2016 and the CUNA Lending Council’s Rising Star award in 2017. As an active conference and event speaker, Zuleger was requested as the keynote speaker at the Credit Union Management Associations Fall Conference in Ireland, where she shared the international credit union perspective.
“Our members must be the focus of everything we do each day and helping them to meet their financial goals should be our top priority,” Zuleger stated.
Zuleger holds a doctorate in education in organizational leadership from Pepperdine University and an MBA in HR Management and Marketing from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
“We are pleased to have Stephanie join the Georgia United Family,” Turpin said. “Stephanie is an accomplished leader with a wide range of knowledge in the credit unio industry. This, along with her values, make Stephanie ideal to fill the role of chief lending officer. She will be a great addition to our leadership team.”
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