October 1, 2015 - Pittsfield – Greylock Federal Credit Union announced that Vice President of Commercial Banking, Jodi Rathbun-Briggs is a recipient of the 2015 Credit Union Heroes Award. The award recognizes “the brightest and most charitable credit union professionals,” and is given by Banker & Tradesman, a Massachusetts financial services and real estate publication. Rathbun-Briggs was one of 11 recipients honored on Tuesday, September 29 at the Courtyard Marriott in Boston.

Greylock President John L. Bissell said, “Jodi is well deserving of this prestigious award. The time and energy she devotes to the community and her colleagues made her an excellent choice. Jodi’s generosity embodies the finest traditions of the credit union movement and Greylock’s commitment to community. She is a well-rounded, very talented and dedicated woman serving small and large businesses, entrepreneurs, and her community. We are very proud of her accomplishments.”

Recipients were recognized for going above and beyond for their institutions and their communities. This award celebrates the exceeding community spirit and generous sense of service that in turn betters the industry for both professionals and non-professionals alike.

Rathbun-Briggs has been with Greylock for 5 years, after a 10 year career at a local bank. She joined Greylock as the AVP of Risk Management and within a short time was promoted to the position of Vice President of Commercial Banking. Prior to her banking career, she was a CPA at a local accounting firm. Rathbun-Briggs serves on the Pittsfield Rotary, the Berkshire Chamber of Commerce and is President of Community Health Programs. She recently went to Washington D.C. to represent Berkshire County and the Berkshire Chamber of Commerce as a spokesperson on the subjects of Health Care Reform and Banking Regulatory Reform.