Sunmark Credit Union announces two executive appointments
LATHAM, NY (April 5, 2022) — Sunmark Credit Union has announced two additions to its executive leadership team as the credit union celebrates 85 years of serving its communities and building brighter financial futures.
Paul Kelly has been promoted from VP of Human Resources to Chief Human Resources Officer. In this role, his responsibilities include leading, designing, and deploying innovative and effective human resources services, policies, and programs that are aligned with the credit union’s strategic objectives. He oversees talent acquisition and retention, professional development, employee relations, performance management, diversity, and employment practices, as well as organizational development activities, compensation, and benefits administration. Prior to joining Sunmark Credit Union in December 2020, Paul served as vice president, people and culture, at GlobalSpec. He holds an MBA in Human Resources Information Systems from the State University of New York at Albany, and an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering Technology from the State University of New York Polytechnic Institute.
Johanna Robbins has joined Sunmark Credit Union as Chief Financial Officer. In this role, she is responsible for developing and implementing strategic objectives in the areas of finance and accounting, providing executive leadership, strategic vision, and business management to drive overall outcomes to achieve growth and success. She oversees the accounting, finance, and investment functions, as well as leads asset/liability management, financial planning and reporting for Sunmark Credit Union. Johanna holds more than 30 years of experience in the financial services industry, most recently serving as Senior Vice President of Finance for CAP COM Federal Credit Union. Additionally, she serves as Chairperson of the Board for Junior Achievement of Northeastern New York. Johanna holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Le Moyne College.
About Sunmark Credit Union
Since 1937, Sunmark Credit Union ($975 million in assets; 80,000+ members) has been helping members improve their financial position. Sunmark is committed to the financial health and well-being of each member by offering tools that educate and inform and products and services that make it easier to reach financial goals. For more information, call 518-382-0605 or visit www.sunmark.org.