IBMSECU’s Southeast Credit Union Foundation hosts third annual School Ready Days
This summer, IBM Southeast Employees’ Credit Union’s Southeast Credit Union Foundation hosted the 3rd Annual School Ready Day events to help local Florida and Georgia kids in need.
The SECU Foundation believes that children are our future and that investing in their success now is important. Members of the community and IBMSECU employees were invited to donate and drop off backpacks and school supplies at their nearest IBMSECU branch to help local kindergarteners start the school year better prepared.
More than 600 Florida and Georgia Head Start children and their families were invited to come out and participate in a host of free services and resources, including: dental education, new school supplies, shoes, clothing, and much more. School Ready Day Sponsors included Sage Dental, Spodak Dental, and the Pompano Beach Library.
The Southeast Credit Union Foundation Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization registered in the state of Florida and its mission is to improve the lives of children and families in the communities we serve.
Head Start is a Federal program that promotes the school readiness of children from birth to age five from low-income families by enhancing their cognitive, social, and emotional development.
All In Credit union announces employee award recipients
All In Credit Union recognized Kacy Arnold, Nikki Holmes, and Melanie Robinson as the recipients of All In Credit Union’s Employee Awards for the second quarter of 2019.
Arnold, winner of the Top Sales and Production Award, is a member service representative at All In Credit Union’s Enterprise West Branch. Holmes, winner of the Top Service Award, is an accounting manager at the CU’s operation center. Robinson, winner of the Team Captain Award, is a collections manager at the operation center.
First Commerce CU promotes credit union leaders
First Commerce Credit Union, headquartered in Tallahassee, FL, is announces promotions and career growth for six dedicated team members. These team members demonstrate a strong work ethic, a passion for member service, and a commitment to the First Commerce vision to be our members’ financial partner for life.
Joy Sanders has been promoted to senior director and will lead retail efforts in all Florida markets. Additionally, she will lead the Member Contact Center. Her success as market executive and long history with First Commerce position her well to lead these teams.
Heath Dawson has been promoted to senior director and will lead retail efforts in all Georgia markets. He will also manage Six Pillars Financial Advisors, a wholly-owned subsidiary of First Commerce Credit Union. During his career with First Commerce, Dawson has demonstrated his ability to grow relationships and build market share in new areas.
Michael Poucher has been promoted to market executive in Tallahassee. In his new role, Poucher will continue to lead the Blairstone financial center, as well as provide leadership for the Mahan, Capital and College Town locations in Tallahassee. A graduate of the Southeast Credit Union National Association Management School and a member of the League of Southeastern Credit Unions Young Professional Coordinating Council, Michael has proven himself to be a forward-thinking leader.
Cathrin Noble has been promoted to director of retail operations. Additionally, Noble will lead First Commerce’s Central Loan Support Center, as well as loan training and quality assurance. Her 27-year tenure with First Commerce will bring experience and a deep knowledge base to these important service areas.
As another part of First Commerce’s ongoing transition and growth, Chuck Hudson and Warren Sumner have taken on expanded leadership roles.
In addition to his role as market executive for Jackson County, Hudson will provide leadership for the Westside and Bradfordville locations in Tallahassee.
Sumner will continue in his role as director of lending and will also provide direction and leadership to all retail lending lines of business.