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News - April 11, 2014

Patelco names Makris as senior vice president

20+ years of experience in HR, employee development

by Jeb Bing

Pleasanton-based Patelco Credit Union has hired Susan Makris as senior vice president and chief human resources officer.

Makris joins Patelco with more than 20 years of experience in the human resources and employee development field. She most recently served as vice president of Human Resources at CoreLogic, where she was responsible for leading the global Human Resources function supporting the data and analytics business segment, corporate information technology, and the global sales, marketing and client strategy.

Prior to CoreLogic, she was a vice president with Fifth Third Bank, where she led the human resources team.

In her role at Patelco, Makris will oversee enterprise-wide human resources.

Makris has a Bachelor of Science in business administration from the UCLA. She is relocating here from the Irvine.

Patelco, which has its corporate headquarters at 5050 Hopyard Road, is one of California's largest credit unions with more than $4 billion in assets.


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