Verve, a Credit Union, announced the addition of Rema Momberg as Vice President of Human Resources to its leadership team. Momberg comes to Verve from TotalMed, Inc., where she served as Senior Director of Human Resources. At Verve, she will lead the human resources, learning and development, and facilities teams.
As VP of Human Resources, Momberg will cultivate team member engagement and focus on growing organizational value through the integration of human resource initiatives into the strategic goals of the credit union.
“We are thrilled to add Rema to our team and excited about the experience and expertise she brings with her,” said Kevin J. Ralofsky, president and CEO of Verve. “Creating a best-in-class workplace requires intentional effort and is achieved through servant leadership tools, consistent and purposeful communication, leadership development, and a robust wellbeing program, and Rema is the perfect fit for this role.”
Previously serving as an executive leader at TotalMed and Network Health Wisconsin, Momberg has extensive experience in many facets of human resources, including performance management, succession planning, career pathing, training and development, employee relations, benefits, learning and development, wellness, and talent acquisition.
“I look forward to playing an instrumental role in enhancing Verve’s strategies to support and accelerate growth,” said Momberg. “This team is intentional about its culture—fostering connection and prioritizing wellbeing—so that team members are empowered to learn and grow and add value to the organization every day. Our highly engaged team at Verve ultimately creates a strong connection to member service and the communities we serve.”
Founded in 1937, Verve, a Credit Union, is a member-owned, not-for-profit financial cooperative with more than $1.5 billion in assets and serves close to 65,000 members at 20 locations. Membership is open to anyone who lives, works, or worships in 23 counties throughout Wisconsin, Illinois, and Minnesota and to employees of Kimberly-Clark Corp., Fox River Paper Co., the medical services industry, and the immediate family of any current member, or statewide to anyone in Wisconsin, Illinois, or Minnesota through ACC membership. Federally insured by NCUA.