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Space City CU Announces Promotion of Nikki Moore to COO
Thursday, April 6, 2017 6:50 AM

The staff and board of directors of Space City Credit Union are pleased to announce that Nikki Moore has been promoted to chief operations officer. Moore previously served as the executive vice president and has worked to help build and grow the credit union for nine years.

Moore joined Space City Credit Union in 2008 and has continued to evolve as a leader and strategic thinker. “I’m honored to have been chosen for this pivotal role at Space City Credit Union,” said Moore. “For the past 52 years, Space City Credit Union has committed to providing superior products and services to our members and the community at large, and I look forward to continuing that tradition of leading sustained growth and success.”

As an advocate for the Credit Union Difference, Moore is active in the credit union community and serves on several committees. That includes service as associate director of the Cornerstone Credit Union League Board and chair of the Cornerstone Credit Union League’s Member Engagement Committee.

Moore received her Bachelors of Business Administration in marketing from the University of Houston and is a graduate of Southwest CUNA Management School. She earned her Credit Union Compliance Expert (CUCE) and Bank Secrecy Act Compliance Specialist (BSACS) certifications from CUNA, and is a Credit Union Development Educator (CUDE) program graduate.

“Nikki is passionate about Space City Credit Union’s involvement in our local communities, expanding our Credit Union’s reach, and implementing new ways we can better serve our members,” said Craig Rohden, Space City president/CEO. “These attributes, combined with Ms. Moore’s previous successes in in the financial services industry, make her the ideal appointment to COO.”

Chartered in 1965, Space City CU was originally Stewart & Stevenson Employees Credit Union. Now, Space City has $75 million in assets and nearly 8,000 members. Space City serves a diverse group of members in the community, as well as employees of Stewart & Stevenson, GE, Ineos, and Solvay, to name a few of the more than 75 employee groups served. For a complete list and more information visit