CUCOLLABORATE Hires Nina Kopp as Vice President of Business Development
Nina Kopp will join CUCollaborate to focus on business development efforts with over 20 years in credit union experience.
WASHINGTON D.C. March 10, 2019: CUCollaborate is excited to have Nina Kopp join its team as Vice President of Business Development. During her time at CO-OP, she was instrumental in helping credit unions with their strategic plans and growth initiatives.
Nina will focus on building relationships with credit union clients nationwide.
Nina has more than 20 years of experience in the credit union industry with a focus on business development, relationship building and growth strategies. Before joining CUCollaborate, Nina helped credit union clients adopt new products such as shared branching. “I am thrilled to start my new journey with the CUCollaborate team. It is my passion to be a part of a credit union’s growth as well as helping advance the industry. Everyone should belong to a credit union and I look forward to help breaking down the barrier of field of membership.” said Kopp.
“Nina is someone who is well respected in the industry and can help grow CUCollaborate’s brand and network. I look forward to the continued growth Nina will bring CUCollaborate and the new opportunities that will be available to us” said Sam Brownell, CEO & Founder of CUCollaborate.
CUCollaborate has grown substantially in 2019 and Nina will be an integral part of our expansion in 2020. Her presence in the Pacific Northwest will allow our clients greater access to a CUCollaborate staff member.
CUCollaborate, is a consulting, software development, and digital marketing company whose mission is to help credit unions grow. CUCollaborate primarily focuses on addressing credit union’s biggest obstacle to growth, field of membership. CUCollaborate specializes in expanding credit union fields of membership to the greatest degree possible, eliminating the friction field of membership causes in consumer acquisition, and delivering strategies that help credit unions efficiently attract new members, loans, and deposits.