For 50 years, Allegacy has helped its members, employees and the communities it serves be their best by helping people make smart financial choices. By doing right, Allegacy has become one of the largest credit unions in North Carolina serving over 136,000 members worldwide with over $1.3 billion in assets and an additional $1.1 billion dollars in assets under management in its financial planning group. With roots in Winston Salem, Allegacy has 12 convenient locations and eight high school student-run credit unions in the Triad.

“We have so much to give to the communities we serve. Of all the things that have changed in 50 years, I am struck by one thing that hasn’t: Allegacy Federal Credit Union and its employees, are here. Right Here in the Triad. Looking out for you. And helping you make smart financial choices,” said Cathy Pace, President and CEO, currently serving the credit union for 38 years.

Allegacy’s core belief in doing the right thing led its employees to log over 7,000 community service hours in 2016 alone. Their commitment to the community extends beyond giving time. In first quarter of 2017, the credit union donated over $91,000 to local charities and to date they have donated over $1.73 million dollars to help find a cure for breast and ovarian cancer here in the Triad.

Allegacy offers personal and business financial services to help a broad membership base including the employees, retirees and families of over 700 companies throughout the country be their best.

Front Row (left to right):

Tracy Myers, Assistant VP of Member Development – Allegacy Federal Credit Union
Cathy Pace, President & CEO – Allegacy Federal Credit Union
Richard Brooks, Director of Sales and Marketing – Twin City Quarter
Ashley Kohlrus, COO – Allegacy Federal Credit Union

Second Row (left to right):

Rodessa Mitchell, Vice President, Education & Workforce Development – Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce
Gayle Anderson, President & CEO – Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce
Dan Joyner, President – Image360

Third Row (left to right):

Jill Atherton, Vice President, Economic & Community Development – Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce
Terry Barber, Director of Catering and Event Planning – Twin City Quarter