MASSENA –– SeaComm has announced four internal promotions throughout the organization.

“We have an extremely dedicated talent pool at the Credit Union and we absolutely value the opportunity of promoting internally,” said Scott A. Wilson, president and chief executive officer. “This affords us the ability, as we continue to grow, to move experienced key staff into positions of management within the organization. Each bring substantial knowledge in key functions of our business,” he added.

Tammy Harrigan of Malone has been promoted to senior vice president of marketing & communications. Tammy has been with the credit union for more than 30 years and has served in the positions of branch manager, director of branch operations, director of marketing, and vice president of marketing & communications. In her new role, Harrigan will continue to provide direction for the credit union’s marketing plan, while leading efforts to implement emerging credit union marketing trends. Throughout her tenure leading the marketing and business development departments, she has been instrumental in developing the SeaComm brand, executing an effective social and digital marketing platform, and overseeing strategies that strengthen its market position to achieve company goals.

Yvonne Alterie of Keeseville is moving into the role of assistant vice president of retail operations & regional manager for the SeaComm locations in Franklin and Clinton counties, New York, and Grand Isle, Franklin and Chittenden counties, Vermont. Yvonne has been with SeaComm since 2017, and came to the credit union with extensive experience in the financial service industry. In her new role, Yvonne will be responsible for the branch operations, strategic integration, management and flow of current and future branch locations. She will continue to manage the Plattsburgh branch in addition to her other duties.

Wendy Vatter of Brasher Falls has been promoted to the position of human resources manager. Wendy has been with SeaComm since 2013 and has served in the positions of human resources specialist and senior human resources specialist. In her new role, Wendy will plan, direct, and coordinate the human resources functions of the organization. She holds an associate degree in business management from Mater Dei College. Prior to joining the credit union, Wendy was the human resources manager at BonTon in Massena.

Amber Brooks of Massena is now the staff accountant for SeaComm’s Accounting department, based at the credit union’s headquarters. Amber has been with the credit union since 2013, and has served in the positions of teller, accounting clerk, accounting specialist and senior accounting specialist. Amber holds a bachelor’s degree from SUNY Potsdam and is presently taking courses online at Brandman University. In her new role, Amber will assist the vice president of accounting in the preparation of financial reports and ensure the timely completion of accounting records for the credit union.

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