People: Jen Treadway, Shaz Wiltowsky, Christy White appointed at GNCU

Jen Treadway

Jen Treadway

Greater Nevada Credit Union announces three executive leaders were appointed to new positions, including Jen Treadway, who has been named chief people officer; Shaz Wiltowsky, who will serve as vice president of people resources; and Christy White, who has been named vice president of engagement.

Treadway joined GNCU in January 2023 as senior vice president of people and culture and was tasked with elevating the organization’s people and culture strategy.

Treadway brings more than two decades of experience in human resources to her new role. She will now oversee community impact, people and human resources divisions. Treadway holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Nevada, Reno and a master’s degree in industrial organizational psychology from San Jose State University. She is actively involved in the Alzheimer's Association and volunteers as a mentor for youth and women through several community organizations.

Shaz Wiltowsky

Wiltowsky joined GNCU in December 2019 as a human resources manager. She quickly demonstrated her skills and passion for cultivating the organization’s employee culture and was promoted to director of people resources in December 2022.

With nearly 15 years of experience in human resources and people operations, her expertise and acumen span various areas, including employment law and compliance, talent acquisition, performance management, employee relations, compensation, payroll and benefits administration.

In her new position, Wiltowsky will continue to nurture GNCUs culture and employee experience and oversee people resources, talent acquisition and safety.

She earned a bachelor's degree in general studies and an executive master’s in business administration from the University of Nevada, Reno. She volunteers her time with the Reno Rodeo Association.

Christy White

After starting her career at GNCU in 2005, White served in several roles within the people resources division. Most recently, she led the talent support and people engagement teams and spearheaded employee recognition initiatives.

As she steps into her new role, she will be responsible for generating further engagement with GNCU employees and community partners. She will oversee the people engagement, community impact and internal communications teams.

White holds a bachelor’s degree in human resources management and services from the University of Reno, Nevada, a master's degree in management from the University of Phoenix and certification from the Society for Human Resources Management.

She is actively involved in the Northern Nevada community and has donated her time to several events including Carson Middle School Mock Interviews, Food Bank of Northern Nevada, Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful cleanup days and various events for Special Olympics.


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