First Commonwealth Federal Credit Union took the opportunity of International Women’s Day to announce that it has named Karla Trumbauer to the post of chief information and technology officer, making 50% of the credit union’s executive roles held by women.
“I’m thrilled to have our leadership ‘dream team’ – with half of our executive roles filled by proven, exceptional women leaders,” said Donna LoStocco, president and CEO of First Commonwealth. “As we celebrate Women’s History Month and the accomplishments of women throughout history, it’s special to recognize this achievement of one of our own exceptional women leaders. We now have the right people, with the right experience and mindset, in the right roles to accelerate our strategic growth, transformation and alignment to the future.”
Trumbauer will provide strategic direction and leadership for First Commonwealth’s information and technology strategy, enterprise project and portfolio management, business applications, product management, foundational technology series, data analytics and facilities.
Trumbauer joined the credit union in early 2018 as vice president of information technology and has worked on First Commonwealth’s accelerated technology and data transformation. She has more than 20 years of experience in technology, information and project management.
“Karla is exactly the right person for this key role to help us continue to be agile and adaptable in meeting our members when, where, and how they need us with more valuable products, services, capabilities, and personalized experiences than ever before. She has proven to be an exceptional leader and pivotal to our success,” said LosStocco. “As chief information and technology officer, she brings the perfect mix of experience, leadership style, passion for people, innovation, community and alignment with our mission, vision and values.”