Minnesota Credit Union Network Announces Organizational Changes
Wednesday, November 1, 2017
ST. PAUL, Minn. (November 1, 2017) - To most efficiently serve members, the Minnesota Credit Union Network (MnCUN) is announcing changes to staff roles and introducing a position focused on member engagement and education.
John Ferstl has been promoted to Chief Operations Officer of the Network Service Corporation and TruLync.
Mara Humphrey has been promoted to Vice President Governmental Affairs and Association Services. In addition to Governmental Affairs, Humphrey will now oversee all Advocacy services at MnCUN including regulatory advocacy, compliance, and member services.
Andrea Molnau has been promoted to Vice President Communications and Engagement, responsible for overseeing the strategic direction and management of communications, member engagement and education.
Laura Whittet has been promoted to Director of Communications, responsible for all internal and external communication functions of MnCUN, including public relations, public affairs, and member communication.
“Change provides opportunity. As we strive toward our strategic goal of Organizational Excellence, we are pleased to recognize the contributions of our current staff members, and see this new structure as an opportunity to continue to enhance the value of membership,” said Mark Cummins, President and CEO.
In addition to these internal staff changes, MnCUN is seeking a Director of Engagement. This new position will serve as an ambassador of the association, leading efforts to strengthen member relationships and execute Network education and benefit programing.
This fall, MnCUN also welcomed new hires Becky Frederick, Compliance & Audit Consultant, and Tim Tacheny, Associate General Counsel.
The Minnesota Credit Union Network is the statewide trade association that works to ensure the success, growth and vitality of Minnesota credit unions. With nearly $20 billion in assets, Minnesota credit unions are local, trusted financial cooperatives that serve more than 1.7 million members at almost 400 branch locations around the state. As not-for-profit institutions, credit unions give back to the communities they serve. For more information, visit mncun.org.