Amarillo Community Federal Credit Union announces selection of new President/CEO
PLANO, TX (January 15, 2019) — Scott Rose has been named as Amarillo Community Federal Credit Union’s new president/CEO, effective Monday, Feb. 18, 2019. The executive search was conducted by Credit Union Resources for the $230 million-dollar credit union.
Previously the president and CEO at Alliance Credit union in Lubbock, Texas, Rose was responsible for the overall management of all aspects of the credit union. Rose tripled the MBL portfolio at the credit union after re-launching Member Business Solutions, and he increased the credit union’s assets by 9.08 percent.
Additionally, Rose is the founder and CEO of Ruddered for Success, Inc. where he helped other financial institutions with proven leadership strategies. Rose performed strategic consulting services for financial institutions, facilitated strategic planning sessions, and spoke at national and state conferences.
With more than 25 years of management experience in the credit union industry, Rose will help Amarillo Community continue to bring their members the best financial products and services available in a caring, professional way. Rose is recognized in the industry for his expertise in team building, innovative marketing, and strategic vision.
Rose received a Bachelor of Business Administration from Amberton University in Garland, Texas. He is also a graduate of the Texas Tech University Rawls School of Banking, a Certified Credit Union Executive from the Credit Union National Association, a Credit Union Development Educator from the National Credit Union Foundation, and a Certified Chief Executive from the Credit Union Executive Society – CEO Institute.
About Credit Union Resources, Inc.
Credit Union Resources is a service corporation that provides industry-leading solutions and expertise to credit unions across the country. Credit Union Resources is a part of the Cornerstone Credit Union League, a regional trade association representing the interests of credit unions in Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas.