PSECU appoints chief financial officer

Paula Wolf//July 11, 2022

PSECU appoints chief financial officer

Paula Wolf//July 11, 2022

Harrisburg-based PSECU, the state’s largest credit union, has named Gina Seibert its new chief financial officer. 

She will be responsible for identifying, planning and executing strategies related to financial management. The accounting, financial planning, procurement and facilities functions will report to her. 

Seibert, who succeeds the retiring Carol Noblit, has been with PSECU for 19 years, joining the credit union as asset/liability management and investments manager. Since then, Seibert rose to become director of ALM and investments and assistant vice president of finance services.  

Most recently, she was vice president of strategic growth, product development and marketing, where Seibert established herself as a leader in planning, development and execution of PSECU’s marketing, communications, and analytics and research strategies.  

“Gina’s track record at PSECU is distinguished,” PSECU’s president and CEO, George Rudolph, said in a release. “Her experience with the credit union, and as a leader within the organization, spans nearly two decades and is a tremendous and invaluable asset. I have no doubt in her ability to move the credit union forward in its efforts to reach our long-term strategic goals, providing the highest level of service to our members.” 

Seibert, a Certified Treasury Professional and Chartered Financial Analyst, is a 2022 graduate of Leadership Harrisburg Area’s Executive Leadership Series.   

“To have my experience culminate by taking on the role of chief financial officer is a privilege,” she said. “I am excited to help PSECU continue its trajectory of growth and success.”  

Started in 1934, PSECU today has $8 billion in assets and more than 500,000 members. 

Paula Wolf is a freelance writer