Brad Trusso Joins USE Credit Union as Chief Information Officer

USE Credit Union

SAN DIEGO, Calif. (Sept. 27, 2021) — USE Credit Union (USECU) has named Brad Trusso as its Chief Information Officer. In this role, Trusso is responsible for the implementation of technical solutions within the Credit Union to improve cost effectiveness and service quality for its members.

“I’m pleased to have Brad on our team to help us provide our members with the best experience possible,” said Todd Tharp, Interim President and Chief Executive Officer. “Brad has more than two decades of technology experience and is committed to moving our credit union into the future while keeping our members first.”

Prior to joining USECU, Trusso was the National Director of Information Technology for the Armed Services real estate development and management company Lincoln Military Housing, where he oversaw the infrastructure of technical operations for the organization. Trusso also held senior information technology roles at Eagle Community Credit Union and helped provide core data processing and ancillary technology solutions to credit union software company Symitar.

With his focus on leadership, personal development, and innovation, Trusso is dedicated to helping shape the future of USECU.

Trusso earned his bachelor’s degree in political science and psychology from San Diego State University. He is the father of two sons and volunteers on the board of his local Little League baseball group. Trusso enjoys cooking, traveling, hiking, and sailing.

About USE Credit Union
Founded in 1936, University & State Employees Credit Union (USECU) empowers nearly 60,000 members to achieve financial wellness through a full range of financial products and services, including checking and savings options, credit cards, loans, mortgages and more. USECU now has more than $1 billion in assets and offers accessibility to its members through eight branches in California, nearly 30,000 surcharge-free ATMs across the nation and 24/7 online and mobile Banking access.

USECU membership is open to all California university employees and students as well as California state employees, including California Department of Motor Vehicles, California Highway Patrol, CalPERS and CalTrans, along with others who live, work or worship in Alameda County, Sacramento County, San Diego County, Santa Clara County and Yolo County. As a not-for-profit community leader, USECU partners with causes, events and organizations that reflect a commitment to health, wellness and inclusiveness. Learn more at usecu.org.

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Contact: USECU – Amber Fielder 858.795.6163 | afielder@usecu.org