Alaska USA Federal Credit Union Announces New Executive Appointments

Jan 17, 2018 | Finance

Alaska Usa Federal Credit Union

Clockwise from top left: Rachel Norman, Brenda Lind, Clinton Hess, Athar Nazir, Lisa DeYarmon.
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Anchorage, Alaska – Alaska USA Federal Credit Union has appointed five individuals to executive level positions.

Rachel Norman has been selected for the new position of Chief Administration Officer. Norman has been with Alaska USA for more than 24 years, most recently as Senior Vice President, Human Resources.

Norman holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Texas.

Brenda Lind has been promoted to the position of Vice President, Personnel. Lind has been with Alaska USA for more than 27 years, most recently as Manager, Personnel.

Clinton Hess has been selected to fill the position of Vice President, Financial Analysis. Hess has been with Alaska USA for more than 12 years, most recently as Manager, Financial Analysis.

Hess holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Alaska, and a master’s degree in business administration from Alaska Pacific University.

Athar Nazir has been promoted to the new position of Vice President, Special Credits Operations. Nazir has been with Alaska USA for six years, most recently as Manager, Special Credits Operations and Administration.

Nazir holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and master’s degree in finance.

Leisa DeYarmon has been selected to fill the new position of Vice President, Special Credits Collections. DeYarmon has been with Alaska USA for five years, most recently as Special Credits Operations Manager.

“As Alaska USA grows, the credit union looks towards individuals that can maintain the high standard we set for member service and employee management,” said Geoff Lundfelt, President and CEO. “Alaska USA prides itself in developing as many of those individuals as possible in- house. Not only have these executives proven themselves to be consummate professionals, but they bring an in-depth knowledge of Alaska USA and the necessary skills to make the credit union even better moving forward.”

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