Emily Jannereth joins LAFCU as assistant vice president
Tuesday, October 4, 2016
LAFCU has announced that Emily Jannereth, of Lansing, has joined the Mid-Michigan credit union as assistant vice president, call center.
In her new position, Jannereth leads a 15-member team that serves LAFCU’s membership through remote means – via ITMs (Interactive Teller Machines), telephone and e-communication.
“Emily’s leadership skills, breadth of credit union experience and enthusiastic support of credit unions will serve our members well,” said Angie Ruzinsky, LAFCU regional vice president.
Jannereth, who grew up in Grand Ledge, brings 12 years of credit union experience with her. This includes five years in management at MSU Federal Credit Union, East Lansing, and two years as employee growth and development manager with Astera Credit Union, Lansing.
“Credit unions are my passion and where I have dedicated the past 12 years of my career,” Jannereth said. “I believe in the credit union mission and how credit unions value and serve their membership and communities.”
She has deep roots in the Lansing area and the automotive industry. Her maternal grandfather retired from General Motors Co. in Lansing with 44 years of service. Her paternal grandfather owned a gas station, an auto repair shop and drove a truck.
“LAFCU brings together my ideals and heritage: credit union philosophy, automotive industry roots and Lansing pride,” she said. “It feels like home.”
She earned an MBA at Northwood University and a bachelor’s in zoology at Michigan State University.