Prior to coming to Greylock, McConnell spent over 20 years at another Berkshire County financial institution in various roles. Most recently, she served from 2005 to the present as a VP/commercial lender and from 2002-2005 was a commercial loan operations officer.
Riordan has held human resources leadership and management roles since the 1980s. Most recently she was the VP/Human Resources at Country Curtains in Stockbridge, where she worked for more than 20 years.
Felix has served in the Business Banking department since 2008. In his new role, he will be responsible for helping credit union members with business loans and other financial products and services. Kaley was previously Contact Center supervisor, helping oversee 70 percent of all incoming calls and contacts to the credit union, including all internet banking inquiries.
Simon most recently worked in the Retirement Services department of Guardian Life in Pittsfield. Previously she was employed in the Forensic Services department at Price Waterhouse Coopers in Boston and in Risk Management and Audit Services at Harvard University, Cambridge.
Ali joins the Supervisory Committee that includes Chairman Ozias C. Vincelette, Lori Broderick-Bean, Kim Mathews and Allison L. Bedard. The Supervisory Committee functions as the representative auditor for the membership and oversees compliance, policies, rules, regulations and the performance of officials and employees.
Prior to accepting this position, Prudhomme was an assistant vice president, branch manager, with Adams Community Bank at their Adams and Cheshire branches. Previously, he worked at the former South Adams Savings Bank and Adams Co-Operative Bank, where he began as a teller and advanced to become vice president/branch manager.
The scholarship will be awarded annually to a recent female high school graduate, or non-traditional woman student interested in studying business at Berkshire Community College (BCC). It provides a maximum award of $5,000.
Bedard is a CPA and an audit manager at Adelson & Company PC in Pittsfield. She has been with the firm since 2010 and served as a staff accountant and supervisor before assuming her current position. Previously, she was employed by a local bank as a treasury analyst and accounting specialist.
The credit union’s regulatory net worth – a key measure of financial strength – ended the year at 9.7 percent, up from 9.4 percent in 2014, improving upon Greylock’s “well-capitalized” rating as determined by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA).