Greylock Federal Hires New Controller

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Greylock Federal Credit Union has announced the hiring of Aman Kaushal as an assistant vice president and controller. Kaushal joins the finance group at 150 West Street in Pittsfield.

"Aman brings a great depth of knowledge and expertise in corporate accounting," said Greylock Senior Vice President/SFO Dianne Supranowicz. "He is a welcome addition to our team."

Kaushal is a licensed certified public accountant in the United States and Canada. He is a seasoned professional with experience in major public accounting firms and private industry including: distribution; utilities; manufacturing; and technology environments. Before moving to Pittsfield, he served as a corporate controller in a major technology firm serving Fortune 500 clients throughout North America.

Kaushal and his wifem Dr. Vandana Sethi, a dentist at a Community Health Programs' Neighborhood Dental Center, are proud to call the Berkshires their new home and are excited to be part of the community. Kaushal enjoys golfing and is looking forward to experiencing all that Berkshire golf courses have to offer.


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