Wanigas Credit Union announces new Chief Financial Officer
SAGINAW, MI (March 10, 2020) — Wanigas Credit Union, headquartered in Saginaw, Michigan announced the selection of Nadia Abed-Rabo as their new Chief Financial Officer, following an extensive national search.
“Nadia has an impressive background in financial operations at credit unions and we know she is the right individual to drive our financial health and success serving our members,” said President/CEO Bernie Williams.
Abed-Rabo comes to Wanigas Credit Union from Coastal Federal Credit Union, a $3.3 billion credit union headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina where she was Manager of Financial Reporting for five years. Prior to that Abed-Rabo was Engagement Director at CliftonLarsonAllen LLP for over seven years where she performed financial audits for financial institutions, government entities, and not-for-profits, and ensured regulatory compliance. Abed-Rabo holds a bachelor’s of science from Central Michigan University and is a graduate of the Southeast Regional CUNA Management School.
“My roots are in Michigan, so I am familiar with Wanigas’ reputation and I greatly admire how Wanigas has served the greater Saginaw area for many years. I am looking forward to joining the credit union and am excited to get back to Michigan,” said Nadia.
About Wanigas Credit Union
Wanigas started out as the Saginaw Gun Plant Employees Federal Credit Union back in 1952 by a group of Saginaw Division Plant 2 employees. Today, Wanigas Credit Union has almost 25,000 members, four branch locations, and more than $412 million in assets. Visit Wanigas at www.wanigas.com and on Facebook to learn more.