Ronnie Levine to Join NCUA as Chief Information Officer and Tim Segerson Promoted to Deputy Director, Office of Examination and Insurance
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (April 5, 2012) – National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Board Chairman Debbie Matz today announced two senior personnel changes to take effect in April:
- Ronnie Levine as NCUA’s Chief Information Officer (CIO); and
- Tim Segerson as Deputy Director of the Office of Examination and Insurance (E&I).
“Both Ronnie and Tim will play key roles in shaping NCUA’s future,” said Chairman Matz. “Their professional backgrounds, personable management styles, and forward looking perspectives are well suited for NCUA. Ronnie will ensure that NCUA stays at the cutting edge of information technology management providing critical support to our examiners, and Tim will facilitate our ongoing efforts to reach out and better communicate with credit unions.”
Levine joins NCUA from the Bureau of Land Management where she served as CIO and Assistant Director for Information Resources Management. Previously, Levine worked at the Department of Transportation’s Maritime Administration and for the Joint Chiefs of Staff on information technology issues.
Levine has an undergraduate degree in information systems from Virginia State University and a graduate degree in business from Dowling University in New York. Levine starts April 23 and replaces Doug Verner as CIO. Verner retired last December after 25 years with the agency.
Segerson joined NCUA in 1992 as an examiner in Providence, R.I. He has since served as a problem case officer, supervisory examiner, Director of Supervision, and Director of Risk Management. Segerson has also completed numerous development details while at NCUA.
Segerson graduated with honors from Rhode Island College in 1990 with a degree in economics and a second concentration in accounting. Segerson replaces John Kutchey, who recently became NCUA’s Deputy Executive Director.
NCUA is the independent federal agency created by
the U.S. Congress to regulate, charter and supervise
federal credit unions. With the backing of the full
faith and credit of the U.S. Government, NCUA
operates and manages the National Credit Union Share
Insurance Fund, insuring the deposits of more than 95
million account holders in all federal credit
unions and the overwhelming majority of
state-chartered credit unions.