Pittsfield Resident Appointed Director at Greylock Federal

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Kelly Krok

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Greylock Federal Credit Union selected Kelly Krok as the newest member of its volunteer Board of Directors. Krok's term began in January.   

"We are happy to welcome Kelly and are fortunate to have someone with her talents, business experience, and people skills join our board," Board chairman Gerard E. Burke said. "Greylock and our members will greatly benefit from the new perspectives she brings to the team."

Krok began her career at General Electric in Pittsfield in 1981, working for GE Plastics and GE Aerospace in several human resources positions. She has been with SABIC Innovative Plastics since 2007 and played an instrumental role in supporting the HR department during the divestiture of the GE Plastics business to SABIC. Currently, she is the Manager of HR Operations and Global Mobility, as well as the Pittsfield Site HR Manager with SABIC.

Krok holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. She and her husband Joseph reside in Pittsfield and have two sons, Joe and David.

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