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Updated: February 27, 2024

Maine State Credit Union promotes two to senior leadership roles

Augusta-based Maine State Credit Union has promoted Amanda Crommett to senior vice president and chief organizational development officer and Jason Hilt to senior vice president and chief financial officer.  

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Amanda Crommett

Crommett has worked for Maine State Credit Union for over 18 years in collections, lending, culture development and training. She's also a lifelong member of the credit union. 

In her new role, she will oversee the organizational development department responsible for employee leadership training and product skills knowledge and learning. She will also be the point person for the cultural development department of Maine State Credit Union, something she has been part of since its inception in 2012.  

"Amanda and Jason have been instrumental in the growth of the Maine State Credit Union over the past several years," President and CEO Stephen Wallace said in a news release.

"Both have an unwavering commitment to the success of Maine State Credit Union's employees and members. Their continued leadership and innovative and practical ideas have been instrumental to its success."

Hilt has worked in credit unions his entire career and joined Maine State Credit Union in 2022 as vice president of finance.

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Jason Hilt

In his new role, he will continue to lead the finance team and help implement new systems and processes that will allow Maine State Credit Union to continue to grow and explore new products and markets.

Since joining the credit union, he has helped create efficiencies that allowed Maine State Credit Union to expand rapidly into new digital and retail markets, the financial cooperative said.

Crommett and Hilt will both report to Wallace.

Maine State Credit Union has more than $602 million in assets and 117 employees. Founded in 1935 inside the Maine State House in Augusta as a place for state employees to bank, the institution has grown to more than 34,000 members. It is open to residents in Androscoggin, Cumberland, Kennebec, Knox, Lincoln, Sagadahoc, Somerset and Waldo counties.

Maine State Credit Union is the third-largest Maine-based credit union, behind Atlantic Federal Credit Union and Maine Savings Federal Credit Union, as ranked by assets in the 2024 Mainebiz Book of Lists.

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