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Allegiance CU names new SVP/Growth & Strategy

by Carrie Buchholz | Jul 11, 2019

Allegiance Credit Union in Oklahoma City named Brent Rempe as SVP/Growth & Strategy. Leading and serving others is a common theme throughout Rempe’s career. He comes to ACU with experience in strategic consulting, project and program implementation, and leadership development. His career began in secondary education with stints at schools in Portland, Ore., Kansas City, Mo., and Tulsa. Rempe previously served as AVP/Credit Union Development at WEOKIE Federal Credit Union. Most recently, he worked with credit unions to develop transformational, data-centric business strategies to better serve members and grow in a competitive, highly-regulated business climate as a client strategist at AdvantEdge Analytics, a division of CUNA Mutual Group.

Rempe was recognized by Credit Union Magazine as a “2018 Credit Union Rock Star”Brent Rempe for his work at WEOKIE. Under his leadership, WEOKIE received two Desjardin Youth Financial Education Awards, a CUNA ELLy WOW Award, a Cooperative Spirit Award, and two National Credit Union Foundation Biz Kid$ Grants.

Rempe earned his Credit Union Development Education (CUDE) designation, his Africa SACCO Development Education (ADE) designation and his International Credit Union Development Educator (I-CUDE) designation. Rempe represents the Development Education Association as an Advisory Trustee on the Cornerstone Credit Union Foundation Board of Trustees. He is also a Certified Credit Union Financial Counselor (CCUFC).

Rempe holds a Master of Arts in organizational dynamics from the University of Oklahoma and a Master of Arts in economics and entrepreneurship for educators from the University of Delaware.

About Allegiance Credit Union
Allegiance Credit Union, formally Federal Employees Credit Union (FECU), was chartered in February 1963 under the Oklahoma State Banking Laws. In February 2002, FECU became a community charter, allowing membership from the six counties surrounding Oklahoma City, and in May 2003, the credit union changed its name to Allegiance Credit Union. Allegiance Credit Union continues to grow in asset size, membership, and branch locations.