Theresa Eassa to depart State CS Employees FCU

Outgoing State CS Employees FCU CEO Theresa Eassa (left) and new CEO Jacqueline Ramirez share many of the same values incorporated in helping members.

After 15 years as CEO of State CS Employees FCU, Theresa M. Eassa has announced her departure to embark on a new “adventure.”

During Eassa’s tenure as CEO, the credit union experienced strong financial results and growth. “I leave this credit union as it begins to move up to a new horizon due to the strong financials and growth it has been experiencing,” Eassa said in a letter to members. “The regular feedback that I receive from members in regards to their satisfaction and pride that they have in their credit union is amazing and gratifying.”

Eassa says she is confident newly appointed CEO Jacqueline Ramirez will continue to foster State CS Employees FCU’s success and growth, just as she did. “She and I have worked as a team for 12 years and share the many same values incorporated in helping members.”

As for her new adventure, Eassa says she will continue to pursue the credit union model of “people helping people” by working with CUAid, the National Credit Union Foundation’s credit union cooperative that helps members rebuild their lives and homes after natural disasters, and Samaritan’s Purse, a Christian charity that provides disaster relief around the world.

“I have worked the past 15 years as your Chief Executive Officer achieving the credit union motto of People Helping People,” Eassa told the credit union’s members. “I have decided to take this motto out into the USA and expand my vision of helping members.”

Eassa’s last day with State CS Employees FCU is Jan. 24.

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