Valarie Ivester of Greater Texas Credit Union Earns Elite Credentials from Southwest CUNA Management School
SCMS is an intensive three-year leadership course comparable to a master’s level program designed to develop C-suite credit union leaders. SCMS is one of four schools in the nation with a proven record of producing top-tier talent for executive-level credit union roles.
Ceara Bindl of Greater Texas|Aggieland Credit Union Named IT Rising Star by CUNA Council
Greater Texas|Aggieland Credit Union Names Scott Willmott Chief of Staff
The Chief of Staff role, directly reporting to CEO Howard Baker, includes overall direction of all the Greater Texas|Aggieland operations.
Greater Texas | Aggieland's Greater Good Campaign Increased Community Service in 2022
Lisa Back Named Chief Financial Officer
at Greater Texas|Aggieland Credit Union
Back is a CPA that comes to this new role after having served as CFO at Velocity Credit Union in Austin for nearly 15 years. Her area of responsibility includes managing the Greater Texas|Aggieland accounting and finance department, financial reporting, budgeting, board reporting, asset liability management and risk management.
The ‘House that Credit Unions Built’ a Collaborative Model for Building Affordable Homes in Austin
Five Austin credit unions and a local credit union association are joining forces to build a house for Austin’s Habitat for Humanity, christened the “House that Credit Unions Built.”
Christina Saucedo Named Branch Manager
for Greater Texas Credit Union’s Austin Airport Branch
Saucedo started her credit union career in 2004 at St. John’s Federal Credit Union in San Marcos, which merged with Greater Texas in 2012. She worked for Greater Texas in various management roles for 13 years before moving out of state. Now after five years, Saucedo has rejoined Greater Texas in the role of branch manager.
Greater Texas Credit Union Gives Away $1,000 in Grocery Giveaway
The Austin-based credit union sponsored the Grocery Giveaway to help offset the high cost of groceries. Members received a Giveaway entry each time they used their Greater Texas debit or credit card to buy groceries during July.