Hamilton, MT–June 6, 2021— Laci Rose, CFO of Ravalli County Federal Credit Union (RCFCU), has recently been named the Montana’s Credit Unions (MCU) 2020 Young Professional of the Year. This award recognizes her more than fifteen years of dedication to RCFCU and her commitment to the credit union philosophy of ‘People Helping People’.
Rose has contributed to the growth of RCFCU over the past decade and was key in assisting with a core conversion at the credit union. She has also updated the credit union’s payroll processes for enhanced operations. In addition, Rose is a Western CUNA Management School graduate, current Harnessing Young Professional Energy (HYPE) Board Member, treasurer for the Hellgate Chapter of Credit Unions, where she has been instrumental in revitalizing the chapter over the past three years, and is an active member of the Hamilton Downtown Association (HDA).
“Laci is an energetic and driven young leader,” said Tracie Kenyon, president and CEO of MCU. “We are delighted to recognize her achievements and are honored to have her enthusiasm for volunteerism and financial well-being within our credit union network.”
As a member of RCFCU’s Employee Volunteer Committee, Rose offers her time to serve those in her community. She frequently volunteers at the local financial reality fairs for high school students and was involved in the VITA program that offers tax assistance to qualified individuals. In addition, Rose is always a team player and actively participated in the credit union’s Relay for Life team in past years.
“I have watched Laci grow into a strong, confident leader within RCFCU and the credit union community in Montana,” said Darci Parsons, CEO of RCFCU. “She is an indispensable part of my management team and I couldn’t be more proud of her.”
This is the first year MCU has recognized a Young Professional of the Year. This award was designed to celebrate the go-getters and young leaders within the credit union industry who are transforming the future of the credit union experience for future generations.