Tech Credit Union December Employee Spotlight – Carlotta Burton

Tech Credit Union December Employee Spotlight – Carlotta Burton

Our December Employee Spotlight features Carlotta Burton, Human Resources Coordinator.

“Carlotta has been an asset to Tech Credit Union since 1997, but I have had the privilege of working with her in the Human Resources Department since May of 2020. I knew from day one that Carlotta was an over-achiever. She sets high expectations of herself and works hard to achieve her goals, both personally and professionally. Every day, I know I can count on her to take care of our Tech Credit Union Team Members in a professional manner. She maintains a level of confidentiality above board and expected from within a Human Resource Department, and she always provides the best level of service that our team deserves. She comes to work with a good attitude, she works hard, and is respected by Management and team members alike. I am so proud to have Carlotta by my side!” , Roseann Dennis, VP of Human Resources.

We were thrilled to have an opportunity to sit down with Carlotta to learn a little more about her and how she enjoys her free time.

1. What do you like about your role at Tech CU?

I love being a part of this awesome HR team. I like being able to assist all of our team members in their needs and as I always say if I don’t know the answer, I will find it out for you. I also like having the opportunity to be a part of a place that is active and supporting in the many communities that we serve.

2. What do you like to do when you’re not working?

I like to relax, but I especially love to shop, mostly for purses and shoes

3. What is one thing on your “bucket list?”

I want to take a trip to Paris to see the Eiffel Tower

4. What about becoming an adult caught you completely off guard?

Always having to make decisions. You think while you’re growing up that you are tired of being told what and when to do things. I didn’t realize until I became an adult having to make the same or similar types of decisions how difficult it can be.