Greylock Staffer Graduates from CUNA Management School

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Greylock Federal Credit Union announced that Terrie Lucaroni, AVP/Manager, Project Management Office, recently graduated with honors from the Credit Union National Association Management School.

The three-year program, consists of three, two-week summer terms at the University of Wisconsin, School of Business in Madison. Each yearly term requires participants to pass three exams, complete two projects, and make an oral presentation.

"Greylock is proud of Terrie for her hard work to earn this prestigious certification. The CCUE from the CUNA Management School is an important educational accomplishment in the credit union industry and we all congratulate her on this achievement," Greylock President & CEO John L. Bissell said.



Lucaroni has been with the Greylock since 2010 and is the second employee at the credit union to have graduated from the CUNA Management School.

"I am grateful to Greylock for supporting me in this important educational undertaking. I look forward to putting the CCUE certification to work for the good of the credit union and our members," she said.


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