Argent Credit Union Announces New President/Chief Executive Officer
CHESTERFIELD, VIRGINIA – (January 2019) Argent Credit Union is pleased to announce the selection of Jamie Asciolla as the credit union’s new President and Chief Executive Officer.
“We are thrilled to welcome Jamie to Argent Credit Union. He has an impressive and diverse background and will no doubt lead Argent Credit Union onto even greater things,” said Gary Miller, Board Chair. Miller also commended current CEO, Rose Baggerly, for her service to Argent Credit Union, “On behalf of the Board, I would like to thank Rose for her leadership and commitment to our members over the past 40 years. We wish Rose all the best for her retirement and every success for everything that lies ahead.”
Asciolla comes to Argent Credit Union with over 20 years of experience in the credit union industry. He is joining Argent Credit Union from 1st Advantage Federal Credit Union in Yorktown, Virginia where he held the role of Chief Operating Officer since 2012. Asciolla has a Bachelor of Arts from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Maryland in Adelphi, Maryland.
When asked about his new position, Jamie stated, “I am excited to join such a fantastic organization and honored that I have been chosen for this role. I am looking forward to meeting the rest of the team and serving the membership of Argent Credit Union.”
About Argent Credit Union
Argent Federal Credit Union, based in Chester, Virginia was founded in 1956. Initially serving DuPont Spruance employees, Argent now serves over 24,000 members in the community that includes Chesterfield, Henrico, and Hanover counties, as well as the city of Richmond. Argent has five Member Center locations throughout the Richmond-metro area and a full line of financial products and services. Argent places members as the organization’s top priority and is dedicated to being the members’ trusted financial partner for life. Not far behind is Argent’s commitment to the community, including support for organizations like Mercy Mall of Virginia, American Diabetes Association, Children’s Miracle Network, Salvation Army, and The Crossings at Ironbridge – a local senior community.