Northeast Credit Union Welcomes Kathy Hall as Vice President of Business Development

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Northeast Credit Union is pleased to welcome Kathy Hall as Vice President of Business Development. Kathy brings 27 years of financial industry experience to this newly added role. With proven expertise in strategy, innovation and business development, Kathy’s focus will be further developing relationships with new and existing Select Employer Groups (SEGs), by partnering with local businesses to deliver specialized financial products and services tailored to their employee’s needs.

“Kathy is an outstanding addition to our Northeast CU team. She’s an accomplished sales leader and brings tremendous business development experience. She knows what it takes to deliver member success,” said Andrea Pruna, Chief Growth Officer for Northeast CU. “As Northeast continues to grow and serve on our mission to enrich and nourish the lives of others, there’s no better way than by partnering with the many great employers in our communities and offering them valuable financial services and education to help their employees thrive. There is no one better than Kathy with her sales leadership and genuine approach to take on this important job. We are thrilled to have her onboard!” concluded Andrea Pruna.

“It is an exciting time to join Northeast Credit Union. When I learned about the mission to enrich and nourish the lives of others it seemed like a big goal. It is, but the people, products and planning underway make it achievable,” stated Hall. “Northeast embodies the fundamental difference of a credit union – people truly helping people. As we develop our financial benefits program for employers, we’ll be building a benefit that not only helps employees, but also has a positive impact on the businesses and the communities we serve.”

For those companies interested in exploring Northeast Credit Union’s financial benefit program and learning more about what’s coming soon, you can connect with Kathy at Kathy welcomes input from the New Hampshire and Maine business communities and is eager to talk with leaders to understand their specific challenges and share market insights on strategies to address their evolving workforce needs.