Greylock Federal Credit Union announced the promotion of JamieEllen Moncecchi to the position of Vice President/Administration. In this role, Moncecchi will lead organizational initiatives focused on improving efficiency and strengthening culture, act as liaison with Greylock's Board of Directors and be responsible for planning Credit Union activities and events. She will also be providing direction for the Credit Union's community support initiatives and investments. Previously, Moncecchi's title was AVP/Administration.
In her 23 years working at Greylock, Moncecchi has held positions of increasing responsibility in marketing, consumer and commercial lending, and other departments. Currently she serves on the Pittsfield High school Business Tech Advisory Committee and is a board member for the Hilltown Junior Olympics. Previously, Moncecchi was a Girl Scout Troop leader and also served on the board of "Success by 6", an early childhood movement led by Berkshire United Way. She lives in Windsor, MA with her husband Joe and has two children.
Greylock membership is open to anyone who lives, works, attends, school, worships or regularly conducts business in Berkshire County, and Westfield, Southwick, Granville, Montomery or Russell. Greylock Federal is wholly owned by its more thatn 81,000 members and offers full-service branches in Pittsfield, Great Barrington, Lee, Adams, North Adams, Williamstown, Lanesborough and Lenox. Greylock has a Low Income Designation (LID) from the NCUA and certification by the U.S. Treasury Department's Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund allowing the Credit Union to offer expanded services to low and moderate income families. More information is available online at www.greylock.org.
Jennifer L. Williams is a data - oriented diversity, equity and inclusivity expert, with experience crafting nimble, people-centric policies and programs for companies of all sizes. She is passionate and intentional about creating world-class Employee & Organizational Experiences. A native Washingtonian, Jennifer received her BS in Communications from Howard University, and she quickly fell into HR upon moving to NY.
With over 15 years of experience in various industries (inclusive of Tech, The Senate, and Fashion) Jennifer is well versed in Business best practices, and the creation of thoughtful and productive change initiatives, especially in the start-up space. As collaborative as she is creative, Jennifer loathes ‘HR as usual’, and looks to ensure that both company and employees are supported and empowered.
Here is a link to her New Pathways Talk:
Jennifer Williams on "Building an Equitable Future: Weaving HR and E & I During & Post COVID-19"
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