Library of Congress Federal Credit Union hires next President & CEO

HYATTSVILLE, MD (September 15, 2023)Library of Congress Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce the selection of Jennifer Hurst as the Credit Union’s new President/CEO. 

“The Board is looking forward to welcoming Jennifer as the Library of Congress Federal Credit Union’s next President/CEO,” said Rosalyn Coates, Chairperson of the Board of Directors. “With her demonstrated history of successful growth, operational management, and member satisfaction, she is certain to provide the strategic direction, leadership, and growth needed to help us continue to meet our goals.”

Jennifer is a solution-driven, innovative leader with 26 years of credit union experience. She has a track record of growth, technological advancement, and a focus on creating a high-quality member experience. Most recently, she served as the VP of Projects and Process Management at Apple Federal Credit Union, a $4.2 Billion credit union serving over 240,000 members out of Fairfax, Virginia. In her time at Apple FCU, she successfully managed credit union mergers, digital platform conversions and advancement, and strong asset growth through innovative process improvements.

Hurst holds an MBA and a master’s degree in information technology from Marymount University as well as an MA in Professional and Technical Writing from George Mason University. She is a well-versed project manager and digital process improvement specialist, holding both Certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and Certified Scrum Master (CSM) titles. Her inspirational leadership style and ability to bring strategic visions to life are sure to continue building on the Credit Union’s success and provide a lot of value to its members. 

About Library of Congress Federal Credit Union

Library of Congress Federal Credit Union ( has proudly served America's library community since 1935. With assets of $307 million and serving over 10,000 members nationwide, Library of Congress FCU is here to advance the financial life story of Library of Congress employees, retirees, family members and American Library Association members.


Bryn Conway, BC Consulting
On Behalf of Library of Congress FCU


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