San Francisco Federal Credit Union CLO honored as “Woman to Watch”
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (April 2, 2014) — Rebecca Reynolds Lytle, Chief Lending Officer at San Francisco Federal Credit Union, recently earned recognition as one of the Credit Union Times’ Women to Watch at a reception during the Credit Union National Association’s (CUNA) Governmental Affairs Conference in Washington, D.C.
The Credit Union Times named Reynolds Lytle as a Woman to Watch in 2013, highlighting her work to rethink lending from targets and goals to process improvements and system enhancements to help make obtaining a loan easy. Reynolds Lytle has also been credited with spearheading the successful taxi medallion loan program with the City of San Francisco.
“We’ve tackled some huge challenges on how to make things easier for members and for our staff but I believe what we do here as a credit union can make such a difference for people that not trying to improve cannot be an option,” said Reynolds Lytle in a January 2013 Credit Union Times article. “I’m passionate about what I do and that we can make whatever it is happen.”
The Credit Union Times Women to Watch program recognizes influential, forward-thinking women reshaping the future of the credit union community. Each year, 10 women make the final list and receive honors at CUTimes.com/W2W and in the Credit Union Times magazine.
“Rebecca is innovative and solution-oriented, and she has helped strengthen and grow the Credit Union since the day she joined our team,” said Steven Stapp, President and CEO of San Francisco Federal Credit Union. “We’re proud of Rebecca’s accomplishments, and we all congratulate her on this honor.”
About San Francisco Federal Credit Union
San Francisco Federal Credit Union has been serving San Francisco since 1954. Today, anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in San Francisco and San Mateo Counties may apply for membership. We currently serve more than 31,000 members. San Francisco FCU is federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration and is an Equal Housing Lender.