SPIRE’s Rachael Reiling Named to Top Women in Finance
Thursday, December 5, 2019
SPIRE Credit Union - FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn. (Dec. 2, 2019) - Rachael Reiling, SPIRE Credit Union’s Business Development Director, was recently honored as one of 36 Top Women in Finance Awards by Finance & Commerce Newspaper. This award recognizes women who make notable contributions to their professions and communities.
“I am grateful to be included with this impressive group of professional women,” says Reiling, “I always strive to learn from other leaders, which helps me grow both personally and professionally.”
With fifteen years in banking, Reiling has served in a range of leadership roles. Her work in Business Development for SPIRE has helped to deepen relationships with employer groups, provide personal finance education to their employees, and expand the SPIRE banking relationships within these groups. Reiling recently attained her Bachelors of Business Administration (BBA) from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota.
Reiling is passionate about volunteerism and giving back, not only in her community but around the world. Over the past six years of traveling abroad, she has helped women victimized by human trafficking, as well as provided professional education in less-developed countries on the credit union industry.
“Rachael’s work for SPIRE has resulted in unprecedented growth among our employee groups,” said SPIRE President/CEO Dan Stoltz, “We are proud of Rachael’s accomplishments, and for being recognized in the business community with this prestigious award.”
About SPIRE Credit Union: A full-service financial institution, proudly serving Minnesota and Wisconsin residents since 1934. SPIRE is committed to providing smart products, great rates and excellent service with a goal to improve the financial lives for both personal and business members. SPIRE has 20 branches throughout Minnesota. To learn more about SPIRE, please visit www.myspire.com.
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