Houston Police Credit Union announces the retirement of its CEO and President, Ayn Kleiber Talley
HOUSTON, TX (December 10, 2020) — Houston Police Credit Union announces the retirement of its CEO and President, Ayn Kleiber Talley.Mrs. Talley’scareer in the credit union industry began with PrimeWay Federal Credit Union in 1975. She became HPCU’s chief executive in 1990 and, at the time, the credit union had $67.4 million in assets and 11,700 members.
During Mrs. Talley’s distinguished 30years of leadership, HPCU has experienced consistent growth, and increased financial strength and membership benefits. Today the credit union stands financially sound with $864.3 million in assets and over 31,000 members.
Mrs. Talley will officially retire in late January 2021, and she will leave a legacy of leadership and commitment to the credit union movement. During her 45 years of service in the industry, Mrs. Talley has been very active through volunteer opportunities to strengthens the credit union community. She has served the Houston Chapter of Credit Unions as Treasurer, Cornerstone League as Director and Chairman, and Catalyst Corporate Federal Credit Union as Secretary of the Board.
The board of directors has appointed Kimberly Foster, Executive Vice President, as HPCU’s new chief executive to lead the credit union effective January 2021.Mrs. Foster began her career with HPCU in 1988. Since 2003, Mrs. Foster has diligently served as the Executive Vice President where she has been responsible for overseeing and supporting the credit union’s operations, strategic initiatives and financial performance. Through various roles, continuous education and over three decades of experience at HPCU, Mrs. Foster has thoroughly prepared to lead the credit union as CEO and President.
HPCU congratulates Mrs. Talley on her well-deserved retirement and looks forward to continued success under Mrs. Foster’s leadership.
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About Houston Police Credit Union
Originally founded in 1937, Houston Police Credit Union was created by Houston Police officers to establish a financial institution that was owned and operated by the local police force—a financial cooperative. Today the credit unionproudly serves Houston Police officers, civilian employees—both active and retired—and their families in three locations. Membership has grown to over 31,000 and assets have reached over $864 million. From serving academy recruits with equipment loans to retirement savings and planning, HPCU has become a vital part of its members’ lives through every stage of their career.Learn more at HPCU.coop.