Corporate One Credit Union Announces Appointment of New Board Member Hilary Eisbrenner

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With her new appointment to the board, Eisbrenner will also serve as the board liaison

A new member has been appointed to Corporate One Federal Credit Union’s board of directors: Hilary A. Eisbrenner, senior vice president and chief financial officer at Space Coast Credit Union in Melbourne, Florida. (Corporate One image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – A new member has been appointed to Corporate One Federal Credit Union’s board of directors: Hilary A. Eisbrenner, senior vice president and chief financial officer at Space Coast Credit Union in Melbourne, Florida.

With her new appointment to the board, she will also serve as the board liaison on Corporate One’s Enterprise Risk Management Committee.

Eisbrenner joined Space Coast in 2016 and has almost 30 years of professional experience serving the credit union industry.

She previously served as SVP/CFO at Keesler Federal Credit Union in Biloxi, MS from 2012-2015 and has held various finance positions in credit unions prior to relocating to the southern U.S., including seven years as controller at CenCorp.

Eisbrenner has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Financial Administration from Michigan State University and a Master of Science degree in Finance from Walsh College, as well as a post-graduate certificate in Management Information Systems from Oakland University. Hilary is also a certified public accountant.

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Eisbrenner was previously appointed to Corporate One’s Supervisory Committee in March 2019.

As a member of Corporate One’s board of directors, she will help provide strategic vision and leadership direction to ensure the organization provides value to its members.

It is composed of nine directors, each one elected by member credit unions or by general consent to a three-year term.

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