Sunmark Federal Credit Union’s Brittney Wensley Selected as One of Five National Participants for CUNA Lending Council “Crash”

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Brittney Wensley, a mortgage processor for Sunmark Federal Credit Union, was selected as one of five national participants to “crash” Credit Union National Association’s (CUNA) Lending Council Conference in Phoenix, AZ.

Brittney Wensley, a mortgage processor for Sunmark Federal Credit Union, was selected as one of five national participants to “crash” Credit Union National Association’s (CUNA) Lending Council Conference in Phoenix, AZ.

For the third year, the Executive Committee for the CUNA Lending Council offered a unique opportunity for young credit union professionals to “crash” their council meeting in November. Five young professionals, selected from a pool of applicants from across the country, were given the opportunity to attend sessions on lending topics and network with credit union leaders. The “crashers” also received complimentary conference registration, accommodations and a one year membership to the CUNA Lending Council.

Wensley has been with Sunmark for the previous five years and was recently promoted from quality control mortgage processor in the Risk Management Department. In her current role, she is responsible for collecting outstanding conditions from borrowers, preparing commitment letters, and organizing application packages for underwriter review. She has an associate degree from Hudson Valley Community College (Troy, N.Y.) and resides in Colonie, N.Y.

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About Sunmark Federal Credit Union:
Since 1937, Sunmark Federal Credit Union ($400.3 million in assets; 47,000+ members) has been helping members in the greater Capital Region community improve their financial position by offering a full range of mortgages, insurance products, retirement accounts and of course, savings and checking.

Sunmark is committed to the financial health and well-being of each member by offering tools that educate and inform and products and services that make it easier to reach financial goals such as planning a budget, saving for a home, repairing credit or getting out of debt.

For more information, call 518-382-0605 or visit http://www.sunmarkfcu.org.

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