Christina Carter, CCUE
Christina has worked in the credit union industry for over seventeen years, previously serving as Executive Vice President at Community Credit Union. She has held various positions including Director of Human Resources and Vice President of Lending. Christina is passionate about financial education and has extensive experience in lending and operations. She has a special interest in organizational development, aligning corporate culture and values to best serve employees and members. In her current role, she is responsible for overseeing branch operations, ensuring a high level of member service and compliance with credit union policy, procedures and applicable rules and regulations related to retail services.
Christina holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business with a concentration in Human Resources Management from Southern New Hampshire University. She is a certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR) and a Certified Credit Union Executive (CCUE).
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