Lebert Strives to 'Make a Difference' - Dakotaland Federal Credit Union

Lebert Strives to 'Make a Difference'

Thursday, May 18, 2017
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Lebert Strives to ‘Make a Difference’ at Dakotaland Federal Credit Union

Brookings, SD - May 17, 2017 A few months ago, Emmy Lebert gathered her nearly 10 years of financial experience and made a commitment to the Brookings Branch of Dakotaland Federal Credit Union as a Real Estate Loan Officer. Lebert feels strongly that every day is a new occasion to make a difference and provide learning opportunities for her credit union members. “Emmy is driven to put those she serves first. Her customer service and lending experience are a great combination and we are pleased to have her on board ”, commented Brookings Branch Manager, Chad Moller.

Ms. Lebert is a South Dakota native, originally from her home town of Arlington. She graduated from Arlington High School and proceeded to earn a BS Degree from SDSU in Brookings with a major in Consumer Affairs with an emphasis in Financial Planning and a Business minor. Her most recent position, prior to Dakotaland, gave Emmy a valuable cross section of experiences that included teller work, personal banking, auditing, compliance, risk management, physical security and customer information security. When asked about her new position with Dakotaland Federal Credit Union, Ms. Lebert replied, “It is very easy to see this company values human capital, and it shows through our passion to help others in ways which best would suit their needs”.

Along with her husband, Chris and son, Briggs (12 mo), Emmy resides in Volga, SD and is happy to spend her free time outdoors. The Lebert family can be found at the lake, at the races, or just spending time with family and friends. Emmy is active in her community and is also a member of the American Legion Auxiliary in Arlington.

Dakotaland Federal Credit Union has locations in Huron, Volga, Brookings, Madison, Redfield, DeSmet, Mitchell, Woonsocket and soon to be in Watertown. With 33,000 members and $310 million in assets, Dakotaland continues to be locally owned and operated offering a full-line of financial services to its membership since 1935.

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