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Jolene Steele

Jolene Steele

Finger Lakes Federal Credit Union announces the hiring of Jolene Steele and Maureen Sharman as well as the promotion of Meghan Finnerty and Niki Giardino.

Steele has been hired as senior vice president of branch operations and sales. She has 14 years of banking experience and a bachelor’s degree in human resource management, business administration from SUNY Oswego. She serves on the board of the Seneca Falls Rotary and is board treasurer of the Seneca County Cornell Cooperative Extension.

Sharman has been hired as branch operations specialist. She has 20 years of experience in the banking industry and is an active volunteer with Fight Against Cancer.

Finnerty has been promoted to branch manager. She brings seven years of experience to the role. She has a bachelor’s degree from Keuka College and volunteers for March of Dimes and Relay for Life.

Giardino has been promoted to branch manager. She has 16 years of banking experience and holds a bachelor’s degree from SUNY College at Brockport. She volunteers for Relay for Life and the 2018 Cubby Chase.

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Maureen Sharman

Maureen Sharman

Meghan Finnerty

Meghan Finnerty

Niki Giardino

Niki Giardino

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