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Teresa Halleck appointed president and CEO of San Diego County Credit Union

Teresa A. Halleck has been named president and CEO of San Diego County Credit Union, succeeding Tum Vongsawad, who has filled the post on an interim basis since February. Halleck will assume her new job on Aug. 16.
Halleck was president and CEO of The Golden 1 Credit Union in Sacramento for nearly eight years. She comes to SDCCU with over 20 years of financial institutions industry experience.
Halleck currently serves as a board and executive committee member of the California Credit Union League and other industry councils and advisory boards. She holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Maryland at College Park and a master’s degree in financial management from Johns Hopkins University.
Vongsawad will return to his previous position as the credit union’s chief operating officer.

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