Georgia’s Own Credit Union Announces Promotions at Moultrie Branches | Local News

ALBANY, Ga. — Georgia’s Own Credit Union, recognized as the third-largest credit union in Georgia, announced promotions at its Moultrie branch this week.

Kristi Griffin, previously Community Manager, has been promoted to Private Banking Relationship Manager for the Southwest Region, where she will provide concierge services to members by laying the foundation for future prosperity, meeting the needs and making it easier to manage Georgia’s own accounts. , according to a press release from the credit union.

Originally from Thomasville, Griffin has lived most of her life in Moultrie, where she worked in banking for 16 years.

“I started as a part-time cashier my senior year of high school as part of a work-study program,” Griffin explained. “I immediately knew that banking was my passion.”

Over the years, Griffin advanced her career in banking by becoming a lender and market manager, where she oversaw day-to-day operations, lending and customer relations.

“I’m excited for this opportunity to help our members with customized solutions that help grow their wealth,” said Griffin. “The expertise and knowledge of our Private Banking team is invaluable when it comes to meeting the banking and lending needs of our members.”

Griffin is a Rotary member and serves as secretary and fundraising manager for Serenity House, a local shelter for women and children who are victims of domestic violence.

In addition to Griffin’s move within the company, John Joiner will take on the role of community manager for the Moultrie branch, overseeing four staff members in day-to-day operations. Joiner has been with Georgia’s Own for 12 years, beginning his career as a cashier before moving into member services and then the business development department. Originally from Albany, Joiner currently resides in Sale City.

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