Constellation Digital Partners, LLC is pleased to announce its new employee and Chief of Staff, Lauren Moran. In this role, Moran is responsible for planning and directing business operations activities in the establishment of Constellation as a credit union service organization (CUSO). She officially joined the company Nov. 6.
Constellation is an open-development platform that allows credit unions to access a marketplace of financial services that are created exclusively for the platform. Those services can be created by any financial technology provider that registers to do so. The CUSO launched May 2 and is rapidly approaching its first software release, Aquarius, by the end of the year.
Moran brings twelve years of management consulting experience in the banking industry to her new role with Constellation. Most recently, she spent the last nine years at PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP (PwC), in the Washington, D.C., metro area.
In her previous roles, Moran developed and executed strategy and transformative initiatives in the banking, mortgage, small business, and commercial lending spaces. She also advised regional, national, government-sponsored and global financial services institutions across process improvement, regulatory compliance, benchmarking, and project management. She earned her Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from James Madison University and her Master of Business Administration from Georgetown University.
“We feel honored to have Lauren join our team and look forward to her insights as Constellation continues to evolve,” said Founder and CEO of Constellation Kristopher Kovacs. “Her experience and background in the banking industry makes her an incredible addition. She also has a determination to navigate complex challenges and the unique ability to manage cross-functional projects from strategy to execution.”
To learn more about Constellation and get involved, visit www.constellation.coop. And, connect with Constellation on Twitter (@ConstellationDP) and LinkedIn.
Contact: Liza Deckelbaum