|Aug 23, 2018,|
|Redwood Credit Union|
Redwood Credit Union Names Senior Vice President of Strategy, Project Management, and Corporate Real Estate
Santa Rosa, Calif. – Redwood Credit Union (RCU) has promoted Kimberly Williams to senior vice president of strategy, project management, and corporate real estate – a new position within the organization.
In this role, Williams will develop organizational strategies and oversee projects that include new products and services for members and new branches in areas where members have requested them.
Prior to joining RCU’s project management team in 2013, she was a business systems analyst with Kesler & Associates, a project coordinator with The Halima Shadowing & Mentoring Program, technology manager at Sage, and systems manager at Electronic Data Systems.
“Kimberly’s background in technology, and her 20 years of experience in leading strategic initiatives and complex enterprise-wide projects will help us improve processes and prepare for growth as we continue to respond to member requests to add services in their communities,” said Tony Hildesheim, Chief Information Officer.
Williams has a Master of Science degree in project management and a Bachelor of Science degree in information systems from the University of San Francisco and is a member of the Project Management Institute (PMI). She’s a Santa Rosa native and is active in the community, supporting various local nonprofits.
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