Pawtucket Credit Union promotes Denny and Hall
Karl A. Kozak, president and Chief Executive Officer of Pawtucket Credit Union, announced two exciting promotions in his company.
Kim Denny, a resident of Cranston, has been promoted to vice president of Employee Development and Training. She will oversee all aspects of employee training, including knowledge of and adherence to federal regulatory requirements as well as procedural development. She also leads PCU's employee recognition and member services programs. Denny has been with the credit union for more than 10 years and previously served as AVP/Employee Development and Training. She is involved in the Women's Mentoring Program at Rhode Island Correctional Facilities and is a Special Olympics volunteer.
Richard Hall of Warwick has been promoted to assistant vice president of Data Services. His overall responsibilities include managing and updating the credit union's core banking platform and all electronic channels, such as Internet banking, commercial online banking, mobile banking and ATMs. Hall has been with the credit union for over 12 years and previously served as Data Services Manager. He is also the founder and past president of the Ocean State BMW Mini Club.