Warner Robins, GA — Robins Financial Credit Union is pleased to announce two new additions to its Board of Directors: Ed Wolfe and John Kubinec. The credit union also appointed four new members to its Audit Committee: Ann Woodruff, Gregory Huttner, Jonathan Pitts, and Sonya Jenkins.
As new members of the Board of Directors, Wolfe and Kubinec will play a crucial role in guiding the credit union’s strategic plan, setting policies, managing risk, and upholding the credit union’s core values. Robins Financial’s board members serve on a volunteer basis and work closely with senior leadership teams to execute initiatives as well as give back to the community through the credit union’s various charitable giving programs.
New Audit Committee members Woodruff, Huttner, Pitts, and Jenkins will review operational, compliance, and examination reports to ensure that the credit union is managed in a manner that is fiscally and ethically sound. Robins Financial is committed to maintaining the high level of service, security, and value that their members have come to expect over the past seven decades.
“We are very grateful for all of our new volunteers,” said Don Jarzykna, Chairman of Robins Financial Credit Union’s Board of Directors. “I am confident that the wealth of insights and expertise they each bring to the table will play a pivotal role in shaping the future of our credit union. We appreciate the commitment of all of our board and committee members, and everything they do to serve our members and fulfill Robins Financial’s mission to be Member Focused, Financial Partners, and Community Proud.”
Caption: New Board of Director and Audit Committee members of Robins Financial Credit Union. Front row left to right: Ed Wolfe, Ann Woodruff, and Jonathan Pitts. Back row left to right: Greg Huttner, Sonya Jenkins, and John Kubinec.
Robins Financial Credit Union is a local non-profit financial cooperative with twenty-three branches in the state of Georgia. Robins Financial currently provides financial services to over 266,000 members, with assets exceeding $4.3 billion.