Greylock Federal Credit Union gave six unsuspecting non-profits each a $10,000 boost last week. The Credit Union recognized the elevated level of need during the holiday season and the added hardship created by the pandemic. In response, Greylock donated an additional $60,000 in community support toward mental health, affordable housing, domestic violence, immigration and communities of color.
Greylock Federal Credit Union is proud to announce that Director of Employee Training and Development Donna Collins has graduated from the National Credit Union Foundation’s Credit Union Development Educators’ (DE) training program.
Greylock Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce the promotion of Rebecca Beron to branch manager at their Merrill Road, Pittsfield location. As a branch manager, she oversees daily operations and supports the team in meeting member needs.
Greylock Federal Credit Union has donated $20,000 to The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts for its emergency food delivery program in Berkshire County. The gift is in response to a growing need throughout the country and here in Berkshire County.
Greylock Federal Credit Union is encouraging the community to Shop Local this October. Small businesses make up a majority of the employers in the regional economy and have been some of the hardest hit by the pandemic. Greylock is offering a personal credit card incentive to remind members and cardholders to spend their money with local merchants, shops and restaurants.
Greylock Federal Credit Union held its 85th Annual Meeting on September 22nd. Due to the pandemic, the meeting was postponed from its original date of March 24th and was hosted virtually.
Brian Astorino, CRPC®, a Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor and a longtime LPL Financial Advisor at Greylock Investment Group, has been promoted to Vice President. Astorino develops long-term financial strategies for credit union members and clients and is located at Greylock Federal Credit Union’s Merrill Road office in Pittsfield.
Greylock Federal Credit Union has joined the African American Credit Union Coalition (AACUC). In addition, Greylock’s Board of Directors has unanimously voted to sign on to a national Credit Union Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Collective’s statement of solidarity and commitment to change.
The first three members of Greylock Federal Credit Union’s Hudson area branch team have been named: Branch Manager Kasey Nobles; Assistant Branch Manager Shanatia Bygrave, and Branch Specialist Victoria Bemiss.
Greylock Federal Credit Union has promoted two familiar faces at their branch on West Street in Pittsfield. Branch Manager Gloria Beraldi and Assistant Branch Manager Johnothan Hinkell, have expanded their roles with Greylock.