Hawaii Community FCU announces new Kaloko Branch Manager and Information Systems Manager

on "July 07, 2021 1:28 pm"

Hawaii Community Federal Credit Union (HCFCU) announce two additions to their management ʻohana. Craig Camello is the new Branch Manager at the Kaloko Branch, and Elsie Quintana was promoted to Information Systems Manager.

Craig Camello
Craig Camello

As Kaloko Branch Manager, Camello will oversee branch administration and operations, loans, personnel functions, and community and public relations. He has more than 30 years’ experience in banking, business, and finance on Hawaii Island.

“Craig will be a huge asset to Hawaii Community FCU and to our community as a whole,” said Mel Ventura, Executive Vice President, Member Services. “We are excited to have him on our team, sharing his expertise and providing our members and our team with excellent leadership.”

Prior to joining HCFCU he was the VP, Mortgage Loan Officer at Finance Factors where his career in the finance industry started in 1990 as a branch manager.

When he isn’t working, Camello is deeply committed to the community, serving on the Advisory Board for Hawaii Island Catholic Charities, volunteering as a presenter for Junior Achievement, coaching baseball and softball, and playing guitar.

“I am so excited to be joining the Hawaii Community Federal Credit Union team,” said Camello. “Living and working across Hawaii Island for so many years, I have seen the credit union’s steadfast commitment to community in big and small ways. It is a privilege to now be a part of it all.”

Elsie Quintana is a former Hawaii Community FCU Employee of the Year who started as an Information Systems Coordinator in 2015 before being promoted to Information Systems Officer in 2018. As the Information Systems Manager, she will provide management support services in the area of information systems, including data processing, personal computers, and any other technology needs of the credit union.

Elsie Quintana
Elsie Quintana

“Elsie’s commitment to Hawaii Community Federal Credit Union is evident in her high caliber of work and the positive attitude she brings every day,” said Dean Uemura, Executive Vice President of Support Services. “Because of that, our team and members know that they can count on us to ensure the computers, systems, and equipment we use, and the information they contain, are safe, secure, and well taken care of every day.”

Quintana received a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration majoring in Information Systems. When not working, she enjoys traveling and spending time with her family.

“Hawaii Community FCU is like a second family to me. I look forward to continuing to help serve our community by making sure our technology services work efficiently and are as easily accessible and manageable as possible,” said Quintana.