ESL Federal Credit Union Names Lisa Blakesley as Business Development Mortgage Originator
ROCHESTER, N.Y., February 4, 2021 – ESL Federal Credit Union recently named Lisa Blakesley as business development mortgage originator. In her new position, Blakesley will assist in providing mortgage solutions to ESL customers, as well as oversee relationship management with local realtors and other residential real estate professionals to support its mortgage originations.
Blakesley has more than 30 years’ experience in the banking and finances industries. She most recently served as executive vice president of new client engagement at Two Point Capital Management. She holds her associate’s in business administration from Finger Lakes Community College, and a certificate in graduate and leadership from Stonier Graduate School of Banking and Wharton Leadership. Blakesley volunteers her time with Rochester Rotary, and is past board member of United Way of Ontario County.
Blakesley is a resident of Canandaigua.
About ESL Federal Credit Union
With more than 100 years of locally owned history, ESL Federal Credit Union serves as a full-service financial institution to more than 376,000 members and 11,800 businesses. Founded in 1920, the company provides personal banking, business banking, mortgage services and wealth management services through its locally-based 22 branch network, telephone, mobile, online and live chat center.
The Rochester-based financial institution employs more than 870 people in the Greater Rochester area and holds more than $8.2 billion in assets. Since 1996, ESL has paid out 26 consecutive Owners’ Dividends to its members totaling more than $185 million. Since the creation of its Community Impact initiative in 2018, ESL has reinvested more than $40 million in grants throughout the community. The company has appeared on the Great Place to Work® Best Small & Medium Workplaces list for 10 years since 2010. ESL Federal Credit Union is headquartered at 225 Chestnut Street, in Rochester, and can be found online at www.esl.org