Freedom Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce two new appointments to charitable boards in support of the Harford County community.
Business Development Director, Lisa Snodgrass, was recently elected to The CHOSEN Community Development Corporation’s Board of Directors. The CHOSEN Community Development Corporation (CCDC) provides local support to individuals of all ages through direct service and educational training, including childcare support, food insecurity relief, community gardening, career resources, leadership training, and STEM education. Snodgrass is a Harford County native and mother of four, including two adopted foster children. Snodgrass and her husband were foster parents for seven years, hosting over fifty-five children during their time with the program. Snodgrass continues to mentor and advise new and existing foster parent families.
Snodgrass is also a Board Member with Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford and Cecil County and is an avid supporter of the Michael J. Fox Foundation in support of research for Parkinson’s Disease. Snodgrass also serves as a member of the Harford County Chamber of Commerce Education Committee and as a member of the Career and Technology Education Citizens Advisory Council of both Harford and Baltimore County.
In her role with Freedom, Snodgrass serves as a community and business liaison in both Baltimore and Harford Counties, working with many businesses and nonprofits throughout each county, to help them meet their financial goals.
Snodgrass has been volunteering with The CHOSEN CDC since last year. “I feel fortunate to be involved in a cause that so deeply enriches the lives of community members, especially children and families. I’m grateful to be a small part of this mission and to further serve my community,” remarked Snodgrass.
Freedom’s Senior Vice President of Member Services, Stacie Sloan, was recently appointed to the Board of The Rockfield Foundation, which operates Rockfield Manor for the benefit of the Bel Air community. The historical 1921 Manor House is available for meetings and social events.
Sloan has lived in Harford County for 23 years, and currently resides in Bel Air with her husband and young daughter. She is a graduate of the Harford Leadership Academy, and is active in her church, where she regularly sings in the choir.
Sloan has been with Freedom for almost 16 years, having spent 19 years in financial services collectively. Growing up, Sloan’s family was heavily involved in the special events industry. She always viewed Rockfield Manor as an icon in the Bel Air community, serving as a hub for many beautiful and memorable events. When the opportunity came about to support the Rockfield Foundation in this volunteer leadership role, it seemed like a natural fit. “I am excited for the opportunity to work alongside the board and hope that my background in special events, finance, and customer experience can help further the mission and initiatives of the Rockfield Foundation,” commented Sloan.
Freedom annually supports charitable causes that are important to its members and staff. The Credit Union encourages employees to volunteer their time and skills to better serve the Harford and Baltimore County communities, including serving on local non-profit boards.
About Freedom Federal Credit Union
Freedom Federal Credit Union is a community-chartered federal credit union offering consumer financial services to those who live, work, volunteer, worship, attend school, or have family in Harford and Baltimore County. Additionally, Freedom offers a full-line of banking services for all businesses, associations, and other organizations that are based in Harford or Baltimore County. Freedom has been in business since 1953 and has six locations throughout Harford and Baltimore County. To learn more, visit freedomfcu.org.