Emerging Leadership Award

Andrea Brown, Evansville Teachers FCU
Emerging Leadership Award Winner 2019

Andrea Brown
​Andrea has been with Evansville Teachers FCU (ETFCU) for 11 years, starting as a part time MSR, and moving to her current role as Director of Market Data, which is part of the marketing department. She manages a data team of eight. As the team's leader, she oversees the production of the data that helps with decision making throughout the credit union. Her work has been part of the case studies published by ETFCU's business partners. 
She is currently a member of the League's Emerging Leadership Advisory Group, the Events/League Services Committee and she is an alumna of ignite. She is also active in the Southwestern Chapter of Credit Unions, where whe is a past officer. On a more national scale, Andrea has been an Advisory Council Member for Card Services for Credit unions and an Innovation Council Member for MEMBERS Development Company. 

 
Elizabeth Olson, Harvester Financial CU
Emerging Leadership Award Winner 2019

 Elizabeth Olson
In the five and a half years she has been at Harvester Financial CU, Elizabeth has moved up from an MSR position to her current job as the credit union's marketing manager. She is also the core system expert and data specialist. She represented Indiana as a crasher for the CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference in 2018, and she is currently on the Membership Committee for CUNA's Marketing & Business Development Council. Recently she began a three-year commitment as a student at CUNA Management School, and she will be attending Compliances school ext year. 
She is a volunteer for several organizations, including one that helps women recover from human trafficking.
 
Angie Peters, Financial Partners FCU
Emerging Leadership Award Winner 2019
 Angie Peters
Angie is Chief Operations Officer as well as the credi ​tunion's bookkeeper anad Grabill Office Branch Manager. Recently she has been involved with projects to update the credit union's online banking and to introduce a new mobile app. Additionally she is the one who interacts with examiners on behalf of the credit union. She also represents the credit union as part of the Chamber of /commerce.

Outside of Financial Partners FCU, Angie has taught Junior Achievement classes, has worked with the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life and has a Sunday school director for her church.

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