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Janice Lehman, president/CEO of SEG Federal Credit Union (SEG FCU) has been named the 2019 Montana Credit Union Professional of the Year, recognizing her more than 38 years of Credit Union advocacy in Montana. Lehman has been the face of SEG FCU for over 38 years. In that time, she has truly devoted herself to the growth and development of the credit Union. Her dedication is showcased by SEG FCU’s growth from roughly $300,000 in assets to more than $17 million.
Janice's long-term commitment on behalf of the Credit Union movement has made a profound impact," said Tracie Kenyon, president/CEO of Montana’s Credit Unions. "She knows what it takes to make a successful community and is passionate about sharing it with those around her. She is an irreplaceable part of our credit union family."
Lehman is not only a leader in the industry; she is consistent in her efforts to promote the credit union philosophy. She has served on the Montana Credit Union Advocacy Council, Montana's political action committee, for many years. She also serves on the LURA (Laurel Urban Renewal Agency) TIF Board of Directors, Laurel Community Hope Board of Directors and is active in the Midland Chapter of Credit Unions.
"I have worked with Janice for 23 years now," said Danielle Kopp, Vice President of SEG FCU. "It has been inspiring watching her continue to shape and grow the practices of our Credit Union through the constant changes of the industry. Her devotion to the credit union philosophy has kept us at the forefront of the credit union movement. We are lucky to have her leading our team."