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Alliance Federal Credit Union Hires New President/CEO
Friday, February 27, 2015 6:50 AM

Alliance FCU
New Alliance FCU CEO Scott Rose and family.

The board of directors of Alliance Federal Credit Union in Lubbock, Texas, announced the appointment of Scott Rose to the position of president and CEO. The board of directors welcomes Scott with great enthusiasm and is convinced they have found a dynamic and engaging leader to guide the credit union into the future.

"I am excited about joining the Alliance team," Rose said. "As we celebrate 75 years of member service, I look forward to us working together to continue the credit union legacy of people helping people throughout our community and surrounding areas."

Scott has been a Credit Union president for 23 years in Texas, and for most of that time at Kelly Community Credit Union in Tyler, Texas.

Rex Andrews, chairman of the Alliance Federal Credit Union board of directors said, "We are very pleased to have Scott Rose join the Alliance team. Scott will begin his position in March and will be formally introduced to our membership at the Credit Union's annual meeting on March the 30th."

Currently, Rose is the president of the Tyler Area Chapter of Credit Unions and a trustee on the board of the Cornerstone Credit Union Foundation. He also served terms on the board of the Texas Credit Union League and Credit Union Resources, Inc.

Rose teaches Financial Life Principles at high schools, colleges, and universities. A winner of over 60 state and national marketing awards, Rose speaks on many relevant subjects at state and national credit union conferences.

Along with a BBA from Amberton University, Rose is a Certified Credit Union Executive, Certified Financial Services Professional, and a graduate of CUES's CEO Institute as a Certified Chief Executive. Also as a Credit Union Development Educator, Rose reaches out to the underserved of small and modest means; he has taught financial responsibility classes at the Salvation Army and served as chairman of Turnaround Now Ministries.