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NCUA names two to new posts
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (4/6/12)--Ronnie Levine will soon serve as the National Credit Union Administration's (NCUA) chief information officer (CIO), and Tim Segerson will take on the role of deputy director of the NCUA's Office of Examination and Insurance (OEI), the agency announced on Thursday.

Levine most recently served as CIO at the Bureau of Land Management, and has also worked for the Department of Transportation and the Joint Chiefs of Staff. She will replace now retired former NCUA CIO Doug Verner on April 23.

Segerson has worked at the NCUA since 1992, when he first joined as an examiner. He has served as a supervisory examiner, director of supervision, problem case officer, and director of risk management during his time with the agency. He will take on the role of former OEI Deputy Director John Kutchey, who was recently promoted to the OEI deputy executive director position.

NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz said both Levine and Segerson will play key roles in shaping the agency's future. "Their professional backgrounds, personable management styles, and forward looking perspectives are well suited for NCUA. Ronnie will ensure that NCUA stays at the cutting edge of information technology management providing critical support to our examiners, and Tim will facilitate our ongoing efforts to reach out and better communicate with credit unions," she added.


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