Carolina Foothills FCU announces staff changes
Monday, June 30, 2014
|Amanda Peden||Terri Hendrix||Candy Franklin|
Spartanburg, S.C.—Carolina Foothills FCU, a financial cooperative headquartered in Spartanburg, has announced the following staff changes effective immediately.
Amanda Peden has been promoted to vice president of finance, formerly serving as vice president of accounting. Her overall responsibilities include treasury, budgeting, tax accounting, asset and liability management and financial control activities. Originally from Charleston, S.C., Peden has been involved in the credit union movement since 1975 working with several credit unions across the state.
Terri Hendrix has been named vice president of business development and community engagement. Her responsibilities include the research, development and implementation of products/services for members of modest means and identifying and developing community partnerships and alliances to facilitate the success of those services to include select employer groups, charitable organizations, educators and legislators. Hendrix has served more than 22 years in the credit union movement, most recently with SC Telco FCU.
Candy Franklin has moved into the specialized role of network and systems manager. Candy’s new role will include overall responsibility for maintaining computer networks, servers, operation and processing systems, and communication links. She will manage the staff and resources dedicated to supporting office automation, hardware and end-user equipment, network and systems security and database administration. She began her career at Carolina Foothills in 1995 as a teller and has held several managerial positions throughout her career.