DALLAS – Resource One Credit Union has named a new president and CEO. The $476-million CU has named Mary Beth Spuck to lead the organization, replacing long-time CEO Jim Brisendine.
“Ms. Spuck brings an abundance of professional skill and qualifications in both organizational development and sales and will be an immense asset to Resource One,” said Board Chairman Tony Goebel. “We look forward to working with Ms. Spuck to find additional ways to increase value to our members.”
Resource One was originally chartered to serve Sears, Roebuck, and Company and has evolved to serve a community field of membership in two of the largest counties in Texas.
Spuck has been serving as chief administrative officer at the $1.2-billion TwinStar Credit Union in Lacey, Wash.
“Her expertise in leadership, sales, member service, collaboration, and CUSO operations was honed over two decades in the financial services industry,” according to O'Rourke & Associates, which conducted the search. “She worked for PEMCO Insurance, where earning the distinguished Stanley O. McNaughton Vision Award and started her career with Inspirus Credit Union.”
“I am deeply honored to be selected as the next CEO/president of Resource One,” said Spuck. “I am looking forward to working with the board and staff to fulfill our mission by creating relationships and building trust with our members.”
Spuck will take over as CEO in early December.
Spuck earned her BA in business administration from the University of Washington and her MA in Organizational Leadership from Chapman University; is a graduate of Western CUNA Management School, with honors and is a Credit Union Development Educator (CUDE), a Philippines Development Educator (PhDE), an International Credit Union Development Educator (I-CUDE), and a Certified Senior Executive (CSE).
Spuck also serves on the board of several CUSOs.