Tina Rice rejoins CCCU as Mortgage Administration and Intelligence Officer

LAS VEGAS, NV (March 29, 2017) — Clark County Credit Union (CCCU) recently hired a familiar face: former credit union Controller Tina Rice has rejoined the management team.  She will be responsible for creating efficiencies within the mortgage department, from maximizing software utilization to identifying breakdowns in processes and implementing improvements.

“We are very pleased that Tina has come back to Clark County Credit Union after completing her goal of earning a Master’s degree in accounting, “ said Matt Kershaw, CCCU’s Chief Executive Officer. “While she was away, Tina picked up additional industry experience and several new skills such as portfolio analysis that will be beneficial to our members.”

Rice was previously with CCCU for 14 years. Since then she has not only added a degree to her resume but she  has gained experience in the gaming, hospitality and technology industries.

Outside of her busy schedule balancing family, work and school, Rice is fortunate to hold the title of Chief Financial Officer with a thriving professional theater company in Las Vegas.  She recently participated in plays such as When the Rain Stops Falling, and The Weir, and will be performing in The Realistic Joneses this April. She takes pride in raising awareness for the arts in Las Vegas.

About Clark County Credit Union

Founded in 1951, CCCU is a not-for-profit financial institution serving over 52,000 members who are municipal employees (Clark County, City of Henderson, City of Las Vegas, and City of North Las Vegas), medical professionals, members of Nevada Public Radio (KNPR) and numerous select employer groups. CCCU has assets of $1.1 billion and six branches throughout Southern Nevada and has given back more than $73 million in Bonus Dividends since 2001. More information about CCCU can be found online at


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