JetStream Federal Credit Union CEO Named to Advisory Board

Jeanne Kucey, President and CEO of JetStream Federal Credit Union, was appointed to the Marlene Ericca Empowering Workshops Advisory Board of Directors. The “ME” Empowering Workshops is an organization that promotes economic independence and addresses the many tangible needs of women who are in life transition. The educational workshops offer participants a chance to gain life skills with mentorship support to improve their future as well as the future of their families.  The organization works collaboratively with community based rehabilitation centers as well as other nonprofit organizations that address the needs of disadvantaged women.  

In addition to her role on the advisory board, Ms. Kucey is a workshop presenter who educates participants on a variety of financial related topics.  “My commitment to the workshops is a natural extension of credit union philosophy; to reach out to the underserved and assist those with limited access to financial services”, says Kucey, “I’m confident that our efforts will prepare participants to re-enter society with greater self confidence and solid mentor support, ultimately resulting in financial empowerment and increased community good will.” 

The advisory board is composed of Lisa Gaeta- Founder & CEO, Margarita Orta – Chairman, Hon. Luz Weinberg – City of Aventura Commissioner, Jeanne Kucey- President of JetStream Federal Credit Union, Dr. Harry Sendzischew, Vascular Surgeon at Mount Sinai Medical Center and Deidra Love-Ross – a past graduate of the workshop.  To learn how to become a sponsor and for more information email:

JetStream Federal Credit Union is a full-service financial cooperative with $125 million in assets, serving over 16,000 members. The 63-year-old credit union has 7 branches located in Miami Lakes, Miami, Hialeah, and Puerto Rico. Membership is open to anyone who lives, works, or worships in sections of Dade County, Florida, employees of the Federal Aviation Administration, employees of select companies and organizations, and anyone who lives, works, or worships in Carolina, Trujillo Alto, and San Juan, Puerto Rico. For more information, please call (305) 821-7060 or visit our website at

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