Member One announced today the appointment of Tami Black to the position of Vice President of Risk Management.
Black has been with Member One for 18 years, serving in a variety of roles before joining the Fraud Department in 2010. She has since advanced her knowledge of important fraud issues that are critical to the credit union.
“Mitigating fraud is essential to the protection of both our members and the credit union,” said Black. “It’s an issue Member One takes seriously.”
Black is certified as an OnBase System Administrator, an OnBase Workflow Administrator, and is currently obtaining a Certified Fraud Examiner’s certification. These important qualifications will help Black in the prevention and detection of fraud.
“Member One continues to expand our commitment to fraud protection and Tami’s role is vital to that effort,” said Tim Rowe, Chief Rick Officer. “Her education, extensive financial and management experience, and passion for protecting our members’ finances are certain to lead to her success as our next Vice President of Risk Management.”
Black holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Averett University. She is also a graduate of the Management Institute at Roanoke College.
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