Harrisburg, PA (March 17, 2020) – For the fifth consecutive year, PSECU was named one of the Top 100 Organizations by Pennsylvania Business Central (PBC), a business-to-business publication serving Central Pennsylvania. Additionally, PSECU’s President and CEO George Rudolph and new General Counsel and Vice President of Legal Services Francis Pudner were named as two of the publication’s Top 100 People.
Both the Top 100 Organizations and the Top 100 People rankings are selected by PBC from reader nominations across its 23-county coverage area. Selection of the Top 100 Organizations list is based on leadership in a chosen field; promotion of new ideas, technologies, and services; and community impact. Similarly, the Top 100 People list aims to celebrate individuals in business and economic development who have excelled in supporting their organizations and communities.
“On behalf of PSECU and our more than 450,000 member-owners, I’d like to thank Pennsylvania Business Central for including us on its 2020 Top 100 Organizations list. In everything we do, we aim to be central Pennsylvania’s trusted financial partner by providing high-quality products and services to the members of its community,” Rudolph said. “On a personal note, to be included on the publication’s Top 100 People list is truly humbling. I consider it a great honor to serve the credit union, its members, and the greater community.”
“To Pennsylvania Business Central and its readership, thank you for selecting me as one of this year’s Top 100 People. I look forward to working with you – and for you – in the months and years to come,” said Pudner.
According to the PBC’s Top 100 Organizations website, “Each honoree not only exemplifies the hard work and dedication necessary to move forward and thrive in their specific fields, but also the compassion to make a difference within their communities through volunteer work, outreach, and public services.”
“If you are interested in learning more about PSECU or how you can become a member, visit our membership page,” Rudolph added. “We’d love to serve you as one of our valued members.”