Greylock Employee Promoted to Vice President
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Greylock Federal Credit Union has announced the promotion of JamieEllen Moncecchi to the position of vice president/administration.
In this role, Moncecchi will lead organizational initiatives focused on improving efficiency and strengthening culture, act as liaison with Greylock’s board of directors and be responsible for planning credit union activities and events. She will also be providing direction for the credit union’s community support initiatives and investments.
Previously, Moncecchi’s title was assistant vice president/Administration.
“JamieEllen is one of our longest-serving and most trusted employees,” said John L. Bissell, Greylock president and CEO. “This promotion is well deserved in light of her strong work ethic and many contributions to Greylock’s success. We wish JamieEllen well in her new position.”
In her 23 years working at Greylock, Moncecchi has held positions of increasing responsibility in marketing, consumer and commercial lending, and other departments. Currently she serves on the Pittsfield High School Business Tech Advisory Committee and is a board member for the Hilltown Junior Olympics. Previously, Moncecchi was a Girl Scout Troop Leader and also served on the board of Success By 6, an early childhood movement led by Berkshire United Way.
She lives in Windsor, Mass., with her husband Joe and has two children.
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