Go Energy Credit Union announces permanent Chief Executive Officer

Industry veteran Mark Nofi takes the helm

TUCKER, GA (January 26, 2024) — Go Energy Credit Union, a credit union founded in 1969 to serve the financial needs of Georgia’s electric cooperatives, today announced that its Board of Directors has elected interim CEO Mark Nofi to the position permanently.  He has served as interim CEO since June 2023.

Nofi is a veteran of the electric cooperative industry, having begun his career at Oglethorpe Power Corporation in 1990.  When OPC spun off its marketing department into an independent company in 1997, Nofi was instrumental in starting up EnerVision, the new organization.  In 2004, he assumed the role of marketing director at GEMC Federal Credit Union, which later changed its name to Go Energy Credit Union.

“Mark is a natural fit for the position of CEO,” says Shaun Mock, Go Energy chairman of the board.  “Not only does he know our membership through his previous role with the credit union, but he also has an in-depth understanding of Georgia’s electric cooperatives.”  Mock adds, “We are excited about the future of the credit union under Mark’s leadership. His dedication to our EMC family and passion for service will serve our membership and employees well.”

“I’m delighted to have been named CEO of Go Energy and look forward to building on our successes as we serve Georgia’s EMCs and affiliated businesses,” says Nofi.  “I intend to focus on building our membership across the state, which includes our growing west Georgia customer base in the counties served by GreyStone Power.”

Interim Mark Nofi is announced as the permanent CEO of Go Energy Credit Union.

About Go Energy Financial Credit Union

Go Energy Credit Union was founded as GEMC Federal Credit Union in 1969 to meet the financial needs of employees at Georgia’s electric cooperatives, which number 41 today.  The organization offers a wide range of products and services, including all types of loans and a variety of accounts, such as checking, savings, and IRAs.


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