SAFE Federal Credit Union Names Three Assistant VPs to Oversee Branches
Monday, July 24, 2017
SUMTER, South Carolina, July 24, 2017 – Three new assistant vice presidents have been named at SAFE Federal Credit Union, as the credit union reorganizes the oversight of its 19 branches throughout the Midlands.
Jennifer Webb, Brandon Oliver, and Andrew Huckeba stepped into the new roles after serving as regional branch directors. They will share the responsibilities of high-level branch administration, each of them focused on about one-third of the SAFE branches.
Jennifer Webb has worked at SAFE for a total of 17 years, and worked as a teller following graduation from the University of South Carolina with a degree in finance and management. She earned an MBA from USC in 2008. She was promoted to branch manager and later regional branch director before moving into the assistant vice president position. A Camden High School graduate, she is treasurer for the Camden Kiwanis Club.
Brandon Oliver is an eight-year SAFE employee. He started with the credit union as a teller, moving to office manager, branch manager, and regional branch director roles over the course of his career. He has a degree in management from Clemson University. The married father of five is a Scott’s Branch High School graduate and is a board member of the Camden Kiwanis Club.
Andrew Huckeba, who has been with SAFE five years, moved up from branch manager to regional branch director before being named assistant vice president. He is a 2011 business management graduate of the University of South Carolina and before that a Sumter High School graduate. The married father of one is a member of the Shaw Sumter Community Council.
“Our branches are the linchpin to our continued growth,” explained Michael Baker, executive vice president of SAFE Federal Credit Union. “We believe that Jennifer, Brandon, and Andrew are the right people to fill the assistant vice president role and provide the high-level leadership and management to assure that our branches are filling the needs of our diverse membership.”