Monday, November 28 2022

Sooper Credit Union in Arvada, Colorado promoted Carrie Langgard to lead the organization as president and CEO.

The $536 million credit union announced that Langgard, who joined Sooper in 2014 as chief financial officer, became its chief on January 1 after former CEO Dan Kester retired at the end of the year. ‘last year. She was chosen by the credit union’s board of directors in 2019 as part of its succession planning.

“His leadership and individual contributions to the credit union during his tenure have led to exponential growth in recent years,” Adam Williamson, chairman of Sooper’s board, said in a press release on Tuesday. “We are excited to see the bright future ahead of us as Carrie takes the lead.”

In addition to his leadership roles at Sooper, Langgard also holds positions on the boards of organizations such as Aux, CU Prodigy, InNetwork and the Porter-Billups Leadership Academy.

“I am honored to be named President and CEO of Sooper and look forward to working with our Board of Directors and talented employees as we continue to grow profitably and serve our members,” said Langgard said in the statement. “Throughout my career, I have been guided by the credit union’s mission of ‘People Helping People,’ and I look forward to expanding opportunities for our members and employees. »

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