People’s Credit Union Marketing Manager, Courtney Hunter, was recently recognized with the Credit Union Difference Maker Award by the Cooperative Credit Union Association. The Credit Union Difference Maker Award recognizes individuals for their contributions at work as well as in the community.
Hunter has been continuously engaged with the local community as well as providing the Credit Union membership with banking solutions for financial success. She is a past recipient of the East Bay Community Action Program’s Vision Award and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Jamestown Arts Center, the Advisory Board of North Kingstown High School’s Career & Technical Education Academy and the Domestic Violence Resource Center of South County’s Advisory Council.
People’s Credit Union’s President and CEO, Ellen Ford, notes, “Courtney works extremely hard on behalf of our members, our employees, and the community; she believes in the credit union philosophy of “people helping people,” and has been a role model not only because of her career success at People’s but also due to her consistent efforts to give back to the community.”