Mission for Nonprofits—because the San Diego community matters to us

November 10, 2016 | Linda Barner

There are a lot of reasons why I love working at Mission Fed, and Mission for Nonprofits is just one of them. As with all organizations, the workplace motivation and passion starts with the people, and Mission Fed is an organization of committed and caring people. I feel really fortunate to be working for a Credit Union where the company values aren’t just words on a dusty plaque somewhere, but are living and breathing in all employees. With values like trust, integrity, communication, service/commitment and teamwork, I hear awesome examples almost every day about our team members living our values and going out of their way to support each other and our members.

In my role as VP Human Resources, I don’t just get to see our values displayed in our employees, but also in our organization, where we’re invested in our membership’s success, too. Some of that goes back to the Credit Union philosophy of “for people, not profit,” but investing in our membership’s success is also just part of Mission Fed’s DNA. Something else that’s part of our DNA is caring for our community.

Mission Federal Credit Union gives back to the communities where our members live and work by partnering with educational and other nonprofit organizations. Giving back is not just what we do; it’s who we are.

That’s why we created Mission for Nonprofits—it’s good for you and your favorite nonprofit. See the details here.

The content provided in this blog consists of the opinions and ideas of the author alone and should be used for informational purposes only. Mission Federal Credit Union disclaims any liability for decisions you make based on the information provided.

Linda Barner

Linda Barner

Linda Barner is VP Human Resources at Mission Federal Credit Union where she oversees the human resources and training and development functions. In addition to having over 20 years of experience in HR, Linda is a dedicated lifelong learner. She feels very fortunate to have found the perfect career for herself, because “professional student” does not pay the bills.

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