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Lisa Back Named Chief Financial Officer at Greater Texas|Aggieland Credit Union

Austin, Texas, October 3, 2023 – Lisa Back, a longtime finance and accounting industry veteran, has been named Chief Financial Officer at Greater Texas|Aggieland Credit Union.

The CFO role is a new position at Greater Texas|Aggieland as the nearly $1 billion credit union rounds out its top-level executive team.

Back is a CPA that comes to this new role after having served as CFO at Velocity Credit Union in Austin for nearly 15 years. Her area of responsibility includes managing the Greater Texas|Aggieland accounting and finance department, financial reporting, budgeting, board reporting, asset liability management and risk management.

Previously, Back also served as senior vice president and controller at CitiCapital and before that senior vice president and senior audit director at Bank of America. She began her career as a supervisory auditor at Ernst & Young.

“Serving as chief financial officer at Greater Texas|Aggieland is a wonderful opportunity,” Back said. “This is a superbly run credit union, and I look forward to the chance to further enhance its operations and financial position.”

“As we look to significantly strengthen our executive team, I can’t think of anyone better suited to it than Lisa Back,” said Howard Baker, President and CEO of Greater Texas|Aggieland Credit Union. “We have tremendous confidence in her ability to help us in our vision of being the best banking experience for our members.”

About Greater Texas Credit Union

Greater Texas Credit Union, founded in 1952, is a financial cooperative that emphasizes community stewardship, charitable giving, and employee volunteerism through its Greater Good initiative. Together with its subsidiary, Aggieland Credit Union – which serves the Brazos Valley – the credit union offers a wide variety of consumer-oriented banking services to its 80,000 members across the state of Texas. Greater Texas has locations in Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Bryan-College Station, Edinburg, and the Dallas-Ft. Worth market with assets of nearly $1 billion.