MEMPHIS, Tenn. Share One, Inc., yesterday announced that Terri Van Frank, its senior vice president and chief operating officer who joined the CUSO as an administrative assistant in 1982, has been named CEO and chairman of the board.
Van Frank will succeed credit union pioneer Daryl Tanner, a leader in check and ATM solutions, who retired after 15 years as CEO of the CUSO, the maker of the NewSolutions core processor.
Van Frank has held numerous positions with Share One during her 30-year tenure, starting as an administrative assistant, moving to manager of customer service, then vice president of customer and Internet services, SVP/COO, and finally president and CEO.
The company originated in 1974 in Memphis as ECOM Systems, later grew to be a major provider of IT services for credit unions, and subsequently was acquired by MTECH and then EDS. In 1998 ownership was returned to Memphis, and the company now is owned by its employees along with a group of credit unions, including Memphis-based Southern Security FCU.
It currently has a client base of 89 credit unions, which range up to more than $1 billion in assets.