Local Government Federal Credit Union (LGFCU) proudly announces the promotion of Jennifer Gleason to Vice President, Membership and Volunteer Development, and Eric Johnson to the position of Vice President, Information Technology.
Gleason joined LGFCU 2003 as Marketing Officer, after which she moved to Membership Development Manager in 2004. In her new role, she will focus on developing programs and strategies to best engage members, units, volunteers and branches, as well as the credit union’s partnering organizations.
Gleason graduated from UNC-ChapelHill with degree in Journalism and Mass Communication, and holds several North Carolina insurance licenses.
“Jennifer’s contributions to the credit union over the past nine years have proven her commitment to supporting andgrowing this organization,” said SVP, Marketing Ashley Ruffin. “As we continue to grow, her capabilities will afford us even greater opportunities.”
Johnson joined LGFCU in August of 2011 as Senior Network Engineer before being promoted to Information Technology Manager in February 2012. Prior to that, he worked with LGFCU as a contractor, as well as with Secure Enterprises. As Vice President, IT, he will oversee the administration and direction of the credit union in all things related to IT, as well as develop long-range objectives, strategic plans and organizational efficiency.
Johnson is a graduate of Rutgers University and holds numerous industry certifications including Security+, Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, Cisco Certified Network Associate, Cisco Certified Design Associate, Cisco Certified Network Professional, Cisco Security Solutions Design Specialist, Checkpoint Certified Security Specialist, RSA Certified SystemsEngineer SecurID 6.x and 7.x.
“Eric has a huge background in IT services, and over the past year has enabled LGFCU to move forward in many areas,” said Terry Phelps, SVP, Managed Information Systems and Risk Management. “His abilities have been invaluable to LGFCU. He has truly assisted us with getting the IT team, and its level of work, where we needs it to be.”