Q. When did you begin your career at FMFCU?
a. I started as a floating Member Service Representative and became Branch Manager in multiple locations. I then joined the Lending Department for 16 years, becoming Lending Systems Manager in 2016.
Q. What brought you to the Credit Union?
One of my first jobs was at The Franklin Mint in Media, PA, which at the time, had an FMFCU Credit Union branch to serve employees called “Franklin Center.” It always seemed like a nice place to work and had a friendly atmosphere. Before starting, I was employed at another financial institution and ready for a change. Having the opportunity to grow and be challenged was important. The Credit Union has provided those things, as well as a family-friendly environment (I am a mother of three).
Q. What does your job entail?
a. The Enterprise Solutions Department is the newest way FMFCU serves its members. Our four-person team was created alongside our migration to a new core system. The conversion brought new processes and procedures, plus extensive testing with all departments. We have remained busy updating procedures and ensuring all departments have the tools to best support members.
FMFCU has multiple systems that work together to carry out our banking functions. Enterprise solutions works closely with all departments to ensure these systems work together to serve our members at their fullest capacity. My specialty is lending systems, because of my background in the Lending Department. However, I also enjoy working on deposit systems, and know a lot, because of my history serving members in branches.
Q. What do you enjoy the most about being an Enterprise Solutions Architect?
a. Definitely my coworkers; we work well together as a team. The department is brand new so it keeps me busy and provides the opportunity to learn. FMFCU continues to grow and there will be no shortage of opportunities to keep learning.
Q. What do you like about FMFCU?
a. My coworkers are truly great, but if I had to pick something about the organization, it would be the opportunity to learn and grow. It’s also nice to have one week of Paid Family Leave, in addition to Paid Time Off. This benefit provides one week of paid time off to care for a family member or bond with a newborn or newly adopted/placed child.
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