Superbia: Latin for Pride
Every product and service bearing the Superbia name is designed to remove the intolerance or discriminatory business practices that today create a disadvantage for LGBTQ individuals in financial services.
Successful Leadership Team
Aligned in Mission and Strategy
Myles Meyers is the Founder of Superbia. A member of the community that for more than 3 years has passionately pursued the vision to create LGBTQ led and affirming Financial Services Organizations, including the recent achievement of obtaining the country’s first credit union organized to serve the national LGBTQ community. This work follows a successful quarter-century career in the financial services industry. Myles was inspired to create LGBTQ-affirming solutions in financial services as a direct response to remove systemic intolerance and discrimination and address the expanding financial needs of the LGBTQ community that were being left unanswered by the industry.
Marc Schoenfeld is the CFO of Superbia. A passionate ally to the community Marc was immediately drawn to the Superbia proposition. Marc has over 25 years of experience driving business growth, improving enterprise risk management, product development, and strategic change initiatives with 20 years at The American Express Company and then 5 years as the CFO of Royal Neighbors of America.
Tim Porter is the Chief Operating Officer of Superbia. An outspoken ally with many connections to the community, Tim has more than 20 years of proficiency transforming customers into engaged advocates, he has experience as a senior executive in politics, consulting, fundraising and the financial services industries.
Nancy Eiden is the Credit Union Consultant of Superbia. With over 25 years of experience in global financial institutions, including Citibank, Bank Leumi and Salomon Brothers. Nancy is a results-driven senior leader, with a diversified background in strategic and business planning, product development and wealth management. Most recently, Nancy was head of the insurance and investment CUSOs at Affinity Federal Credit Union.
The latest on Superbia and our commitment to LGBTQ
Gay pride flag in Montreal, Canada Getty The LGBT community just had a big breakthrough in the financial services industry.
Do lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people need a bank of their own? Superbia Credit Union is about to find
We are an extraordinary community
Your support is vital to bring Superbia Credit Union to life.
We all must speak up and directly to the point:
Our vision of an LGBTQ-focused credit union is not a luxury, but a necessity.
Superbia Credit Union provides real solutions to the very real needs of the LGBTQ community. Its impact will be demonstrated with improved access, product choices, experience and opportunity for financial security for its members – advancing equality for the LGBTQ community.
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