Johns Hopkins Federal Credit Union names Stacie Sloan as next Chief Operations Officer (COO)
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND (August 23, 2023) — Johns Hopkins Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce the hiring of Stacie Sloan as its new Chief Operations Officer. Ms. Sloan will play a key role on the Executive Leadership Team as a change agent and strategic advisor to the President/CEO. As the COO, Ms. Sloan will be responsible for inspiring innovation and operational efficiency at one of the fastest-growing credit unions in Maryland.
“We are excited to have Stacie join our team,” says Keith O’Neil, President and CEO of Johns Hopkins FCU. “She brings a passion for the credit union movement, a focus on people, and a strong track record of engaging members with innovative solutions.”
Stacie shared that “I believe deeply in the purpose of credit unions and the role they play in our communities. Johns Hopkins Federal Credit Union really embodies that purpose.” She continued, “The opportunity to serve in this role is humbling and I am looking forward to making a positive impact on the experiences of both members and staff. I am thrilled to join the team at JHFCU and be a part of their future.”
Stacie holds a bachelor’s degree in management from the University of Maryland University College in Largo, Maryland, and has spent nearly 20 years within the credit union sector, serving in retail branch operations, member services, and senior leadership. Her most recent role was as the Senior Vice President of Member Services at Freedom Federal Credit Union. As a current resident of the greater Baltimore area, Stacie also brings a unique familiarity with the community and Johns Hopkins FCU field of membership.
Johns Hopkins FCU serves over 43,000 members with branches across the greater Baltimore area.
The executive search resulting in the hiring of Stacie was completed in partnership with Humanidei, led expertly by Jill Nowacki and Carl Clark.
About Johns Hopkins Federal Credit Union
Johns Hopkins Federal Credit Union (JHFCU), has been serving the Johns Hopkins community since 1971, taking
pride in being part of this special community that is world-renowned for their dedication to healing, research, and
teaching. JHFCU recognizes their members’ focus and demands are on helping others and strives to assist their
members with everyday banking needs and provide resources to the members to save and/or finance their home, car,
education, and more. From humble beginnings, the Credit Union has grown to serve more than 42,000 members, with
assets over $600 million. To learn more, visit https://www.jhfcu.org/