Greylock Names New Senior Vice President

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Greylock Federal Credit Union has promoted Rebecca Riordan to senior vice president, human resources.

"Rebecca's positive impact on our organization and culture is undeniable," President and Chief Executive Officer John L. Bissell said. "She has proven to be a transformational leader who brings her boundless expertise, energy and joy to Greylock employees every day. She understands that hiring, training and developing the best employees is the key to Greylock's continued success."

Riordan joined Greylock in 2017 as the vice president of human resources, where she continues to direct all HR and training functions of Greylock's nearly 300 employees. Prior to joining Greylock, she was the vice president of human resources at Country Curtains in Stockbridge for more than 20 years and she was responsible for managing all HR functions in the company's stores and factories across 12 different states. Prior to 1997, she held human resource positions at Steinbach and Jordan Marsh department stores.

Riordan is a graduate of the State University of New York, College at New Paltz, New York, and holds a bachelor's degree in business administration. She currently volunteers as assistant secretary on the board of directors for the Literacy Network of the South Berkshires. She is also a member of the personnel committee for the town of Lee, Mass.


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