717 Credit Union Announces 5 Promotions
WARREN, Ohio – 717 Credit Union this week announced the promotion of five veteran employees.
Sherri Ramsey has been named vice president of remote delivery experience. Ramsey has been with the credit union for 22 years and holds a bachelor’s degree in political science with a minor in finance from Youngstown State University. In her new position she will oversee the credit union’s personal experience and call center departments.
Carla Devorich has been named manager of the credit union’s newest branch in downtown Warren and has been with 717 for 16 years. In her new position, she will oversee member service, while maintaining daily operations of the branch.
Stephanie Cunningham was promoted to teleservices manager. Cunningham graduated from Bowling Green University with a degree focused in communications and has been with 717 for nine years. In her new position, she will direct the daily operations; formulate and direct the sales programs within the credit union call center.
Traci Hennessey has been promoted to assistant teleservices manager. Her role includes assisting the teleservices manager to ensure quality member service in the call center. Hennessey has been with 717 for 25 years; and has an associate’s degree in marketing from Youngstown State University.
Leslie Long has been promoted to Air Base branch and float department manager. Leslie has been with 717 for seven years. In her new position, she will oversee the float department as well as manage member service and maintain daily operations of the branch.
Anyone who lives or works in Trumbull, Mahoning, Columbiana, Portage, Summit, or central Stark counties is eligible to open accounts with 717 Credit Union.
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