Greylock’s Collins earns Credit Union Development Educators Designation

PITTSFIELD, MA (December 22, 2020) — Greylock Federal Credit Union is proud to announce that Director of Employee Training and Development Donna Collins has graduated from the National Credit Union Foundation’s Credit Union Development Educators’ (DE) training program.

“Greylock encourages employees to grow as professionals as well as individuals,” says Greylock Senior Vice President and Chief Administration Officer JamieEllen Moncecchi. “Donna always leads by example and we are very proud of her accomplishments as a leader in the training and development field and a truly thoughtful member of the Greylock family.”

The DE Training was held virtually and included staff from credit unions across the United States. This unique experiential training program provided lessons in credit union structure, purpose and the “why” that differentiates credit unions from other financial institutions. Each lesson provided insights into how credit unions leverage their unique business model to help their members and communities overcome the financial and developmental issues they face.

Donna Collins Award

About Greylock Federal Credit Union

Greylock Federal Credit Union’s vision is to be the face of financial equity and inclusion in the communities we serve by offering personal and business accounts; mobile, online, and phone access to your finances; free financial education for the community as a whole; unique lending products to suit the specific needs of our Members; investment services through Greylock Investment Group; and insurance products through Greylock Insurance Agency.

Greylock is wholly owned by its Members and offers full-service branches in Pittsfield, Great Barrington, Lee, Adams, North Adams, Williamstown, Lanesborough, and Lenox, Mass., and Greenport/Hudson, N.Y. Greylock has a Low-Income Designation (LID) from the National Credit Union Association (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 at Insured by NCUA.


Roberta McCulloc-Dews
Greylock Federal Credit Union

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