Arlington Community FCU Announces New Leadership - Arlington Federal Credit Union

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Arlington Community FCU Announces New Leadership

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March 31, 2021

ARLINGTON, VA – Arlington Community Federal Credit Union announced multiple new hires of key members of the leadership team. Each of these leaders will be responsible for significant priority strategies for the organization. ACFCU’s three new leaders are as follows:

  • Marty Weitzel, Director of Business Lending: Marty comes to ACFCU with an extensive background in business banking and is enthusiastic about the credit union movement and mission. His responsibilities will include growing ACFCU’s small business portfolio and building additional product offerings to offer business members a remarkable experience.
  • Nancy Davis, Director of Member Experience: Nancy has over 20 years of customer care and management experience, including time in both the bank and credit union industry. Her role will be to ensure that ACFCU is consistently providing remarkable service to all of our members.
  • Jean Allen, Real Estate Manager: Jean has over 15 years of experience in lending, operations, and compliance and a record of growing portfolios. Her role is to oversee and guide ACFCU’s first and second mortgage teams to support members in one of their biggest financial investments.

Karen Rosales, President & CEO of ACFCU, remarked “We choose our leaders carefully and know that their success is our success. I’m extremely proud to welcome these impressive new leaders who will direct important organizational priorities and guide our staff in continuing to provide remarkable and empathetic service to our members.”

About Arlington Community Federal Credit Union

For nearly 70 years, Arlington Community FCU (arlingtoncu.org) has been committed to empowering the financial lives of its members. With almost $400 million in assets, the credit union serves more than 23,000 members who live, work, worship, volunteer, go to school, and do business in Arlington County, the City of Alexandria, the City of Falls Church, and Fairfax County, Virginia.