Robin Brunner Named VP of Credit Union Solutions for NJCUL

HIGHTSTOWN, N.J. – The New Jersey Credit Union League has hired Robin Brunner as Vice President of Credit Union Solutions. In her role, Brunner will manage the relationship between NJCUL Services Corporation and its Business Partners, bringing best-in-market business solutions to NJCUL-member credit unions. She will act as one of the most direct connections to the League by way of ongoing interactions with members. Brunner will also be focused on developing innovative solutions for growth and productivity for NJCUL member credit union.

With over 10 years of experience working in the credit union industry, Brunner comes to the League from Credit Union of New Jersey (CUNJ), where she spent over five years as the credit union’s Vice President, Marketing & Business Development. Prior to her time with CUNJ, Brunner served as Assistant Vice President of Marketing at First Financial FCU and Research & Development Coordinator at First Atlantic FCU.

“Robin has an impressive track record of building strong marketing and business development strategies for multiple credit unions here in New Jersey,” said NJCUL President/CEO David Frankil. “She also has an insider’s perspective of credit union concerns, needs, and priorities. With the League and NJCUL Services Corporation re-energized and re-focused, Robin will be an asset to both organizations’ success as well as the success of member credit unions.”

"Robin has played an integral part in the marketing and business development success of Credit Union of New Jersey over the last five years," said CUNJ President/CEO and NJCUL Chairman Andy Jaeger. "Though we are sad to see her go, I am excited that through this new role at the League, her perspective and skills will be used to reach the needs of credit unions throughout the state. She is a valuable addition to the team at the League and its credit union members."

Brunner received a BS in Marketing from Kean University and MBA from Monmouth University. She was named among Credit Union Times’ “Women to Watch” in 2014 and is a recipient of “Best in Show” for Gen Y financial service.