Purdue Federal Names Feeney VP of Retail Sales and Service

Purdue-Federal-Credit-Union-Laura-FeeneyPurdue Federal Credit Union (Purdue Federal) has announced the hiring of Laura Feeney as Vice President of Retail Sales and Service. In her position, Feeney is responsible for membership growth and retention by ensuring Purdue Federal team members have the skills, resources and support to deliver exceptional member service and become trusted advisors to members.

“In addition to Laura’s extensive professional accomplishments, her passion for developing and inspiring her retail team will help Purdue Federal build strong relationships with and continue delivering excellent service to our credit union members,” said Purdue Federal President and CEO, Bob Falk.

Feeney has 32 years of experience in the financial services industry. Early in her career, she joined UB Bank as branch manager and then was promoted to district manager and Vice President of the call centers. In 2001, she joined Teachers Credit Union as VP of Central Indiana and then expanded her role as VP of Retail Sales and Services. She is currently the board president of Dress for Success of Indianapolis whose mission is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and development tools to help women thrive in both work and life. Feeney is also a former board member of the Indianapolis Public Schools Education Foundation.

About Purdue Federal
Purdue Federal Credit Union (Purdue Federal) was founded as Purdue Employees Federal Credit Union (PEFCU) on the Purdue University campus in 1969. In December 2010, PEFCU acquired Members United Federal Credit Union through a merger. At the time of merger, the credit union changed its name to Purdue Federal to better reflect its membership base, which includes students, faculty and staff, and communities where Purdue University and its regional campuses operate. Purdue Federal is a member-owned financial cooperative with more than 73,000 members nationwide and assets at more than $1 billion.