Tampa, FL – November 16, 2022 – USF Federal Credit Union (USF FCU) is pleased to announce the hiring of a new senior vice president/chief lending officer and a vice president of Human Resources (HR).
Senior Vice President/Chief Lending Officer Richard Miller, CMB, has more than 30 years of mortgage and consumer lending leadership experience including senior roles with Chase, Bank of America and most recently spent seven years with Florida’s largest credit union, Suncoast Credit Union, as head of Mortgage Originations and Fulfillment, followed by Business Development.
Prior to moving to Tampa in 2015, Miller earned the distinguished Certified Mortgage Banker (CMB) designation from the Mortgage Bankers Association, Washington DC, served as president of the Mortgage Bankers Association of New Jersey, and chaired the Education, Financial Literacy and Correspondent Lending committees.
Vice President of Human Resources Michael Richards is a human resources professional with extensive experience developing and implementing HR management goals. He has degrees in both electrical engineering and business management from Penn State University. Richards also earned an MBA from Wilkes University with a focus on HR.
Richards has a broad background in various HR functions, including restructuring benefits programs, recruitment strategies, building and re-staffing organizations, standardizing performance management practices and developing other transformational initiatives.
During his career as an HR executive, Richards increased gross profit margins and optimized business efficiency through leading, developing and mentoring highly skilled and dedicated teams for all organizational levels.
About USF Federal Credit Union
USF Federal Credit Union offers a full range of financial services to the faculty, staff, students, alumni association members, and families of the University of South Florida. USF FCU serves more than 70,000 members with membership available through more than 40 Select Employee Groups and has assets of more than $1.1 billion. Please visit usffcu.com for more information.
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