The Progress Award goes to an executive who has advanced opportunities in their respective industry. This award goes to longtime financial executive Marsha Majors, CEO of U.S. Eagle Federal Credit Union CEO.
One supporter wrote: “Great CEO, has the ability to focus on the vision of the company and communicate that vision to the employees. She is aware of operational details, she is on top of the industry trends.”
Majors has more than 30 years in financial credit union experience. She has risen through the ranks and understands every aspect of the industry. As CEO she oversees $1 billion in member assets and 250 employees. She maintains a distinguished reputation for providing skilled and practical guidance as a leader.
Another supporter stated: “Since becoming the CEO of U.S. Eagle FCU, Marsha Majors has made great strides in growing the institution into the best financial institution in New Mexico. Marsha has created an environment in which people (members and employees) are number one. She came up through the ranks and truly understands every facet of the Credit Union.”
An additional supporter wrote: “We are lucky to have a leader like Marsha at U.S. Eagle Federal Credit Union. Her loyalty and hard work throughout her 30-plus years at U.S. Eagle give a shining example for those wanting to work their way to the top of an organization.”
Majors is also active in the community, serving on various boards, including Camino Real Academy and the Greater ABQ Chamber of Commerce. She attended the University of Phoenix and studied business administration.
As CEO she is the chief advocate for U.S. Eagle’s brand culture.
A supporter wrote: “After being an employee at U.S. Eagle for over two decades Marsha became CEO in 2013. She grew assets from $603,064,200 to $1,037,246,000, membership from 57,947 to 77,378, employees from 174 to 250 and expanded from 6 to 9 branches in 6 years.”
Another supporter said: “Marsha is a strong-willed woman. She is the perfect CEO for U.S. Eagle. She is kind and willing to go out of her way for her employees. She deserves this title.”