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PCUA announces department changes
HARRISBURG, Pa. (2/6/09)--The Pennsylvania Credit Union Association (PCUA) has made several staffing changes and department realignments to meet the changing needs of its membership. Corinne Sherman will lead PCUA’s service corporation as vice president of fee services. She will oversee the cards department, shared branching and sales force. Sherman has been with the organization since 1986, most recently as vice president of business development.
Russell Evans was promoted to assistant vice president of business development, where he will be in charge of vendor relationships. Evans has been with the organization since 2007, most recently as an account executive. Monika Scott was promoted to senior account executive. She works with credit unions in the western counties of the state. Scott joined PCUA in 2001. Christina Mihalik was promoted to vice president, governmental affairs. Mihalik was formerly an assistant vice president and joined PCUA in 2000.
Christine Seitz was named director, political affairs and fundraising. Seitz joined PCUA in 2006 as a governmental affairs specialist. Diane Powell was named director of communications.


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