Texans Credit Union Promotes Longtime Employee to VP of Strategic Solutions

Tanya Patterson will lead the new Strategic Solutions department at Texans.

Richardson-based Texans Credit Union has promoted Tanya Patterson to vice president of strategic solutions, a role in which she will lead the newly formed Strategic Solutions department that will focus on identifying new growth opportunities for the credit union.

“We are excited to have Tanya leading our Strategic Solutions department. We believe her leadership skills will be instrumental in helping Texans achieve its strategic objectives,” Texans Credit Unioin CEO David Frazier said in a statement. “Her keen ability to connect operational, technological and financial implications to strategy makes her the perfect fit for this new role.”

Patterson has spent nearly 20 years at Texans and has served in various roles, including operations, IT and emerging technologies. That allows her to bring valuable experience and institutional knowledge to her new position.

“I am honored to have the opportunity to lead the new Strategic Solutions department at Texans,” Patterson said in a statement. “I look forward to working with our team to implement new solutions to enhance the credit union’s value proposition for our members.”

She has extensive e-commerce technology, management, and operations experience in the financial services industry and most recently, she was the credit union’s vice president of IT Systems.

Before coming to Texans in 2004, she worked in several financial-related positions for Corporate Network eCom, U.S. Central, U.S. Central Credit Union, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, and Baird Kurtz & Dobson.

Texans Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial institution serving North Texas members since 1953. Texans Credit Union has more than 118,000 members and $2.1 billion in assets.

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