Summary

Charles R. Wiggington, Sr., currently acts as President and Chief Executive Officer of Priority One Credit Union, headquartered in South Pasadena, California. Wiggington brings to his roles a comprehensive background in finance and banking, drawing on this experience to supervise all branch operations at his company. Among other duties, Charles R. Wiggington, Sr., holds responsibility for loan origination, expense tracking and reduction, and investments. In addition, he strives to ensure good relationships with all members of Priority One Credit Union.Charles R. Wiggington, Sr., first embarked on his career in banking during college. While studying history at California State University, Northridge, where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts in 1979, he served as a Teller with a Bank of America branch in Los Angeles. In addition to handling deposits and withdrawals, he maintained balance sheets and honed his customer service skills. After graduating, he accepted the position of Senior Savings Officer at California Federal Savings and Loan, also in Los Angeles. In this new capacity, Charles R. Wiggington, Sr., oversaw daily ledgers and wire transfers, among other aspects, and managed the other savings personnel. After acting as a Branch Manager for Allstate Savings and Loan, he continued to advance his career by joining Security Pacific National Bank, where he assumed the title of Vice President of Operations. Over the span of nearly 10 years, he conducted branch audits, hired employees, and held oversight for the bank's profit and loss. Wiggington assumed his current role with Priority One Credit Union in 1992.Dedicated to giving back to his community, Charles R. Wiggington, Sr., spent 11 years volunteering his time as a basketball coach with Los Angeles City Parks and Recreation. In addition, he acted as Silverlake Neighborhood Council's Board Treasurer.

Work History

Work History
Mar 1992 - Present

President/CEO

Priority One Credit Union

Education

Education
Sep 1975 - May 1979

BA

California State University