United Federal Credit Union hires two

United Federal Credit Union has named a new director of compensation and benefits and a director of collections and loss prevention in St. Joseph.

Jeff Blake has been appointed to the position of director of compensation and benefits. Blake will oversee national compensation and benefits programs and payroll operations, including development and maintenance of all related compliance procedures and documentation.

He previously was manager of compensation and benefits with the credit union’s human resources division where he was responsible for management of salary administration, employee benefits, and federal and multi-state compliance programs.  

His prior experience includes human resources management positions with Lifestyle Family Fitness Corporation in St. Petersburg, Fla., Wright-Patt Credit Union in Dayton, Ohio, and other organizations in southwestern Ohio.

A native of Dayton, Blake earned a Bachelor of Science degree in human resource management from Wright State University in Dayton, is a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) with the Human Resource Certification Institute, a World at Work-Certified Compensation Professional (CCP), and a member of the Society for Human Resource Management and the Southwest Michigan Society for Human Resource Management. He lives in Stevensville.

Meg Johnson is now director of collections and loss prevention. As director she will provide vision, leadership and coaching to teams in the areas of asset liquidation, asset management, delinquency, fraud management, loan loss management, and risk management. Johnson was previously Collections Manager with the UFCU’s Risk and Compliance department where she was responsible for overseeing the Collections, Fraud, Loss Mitigation, and Member Assistance teams.  

A native of South Bend, Ind., Johnson is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Organizational Management from Bethel College in Mishawaka, Ind. She lives in Granger, Ind.

Source: United Federal Credit Union
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