Spotlight Interviews with Our Recent Accelerated Platform Training Graduates

Accelerated Platform Training program creating super employees illustrated professional casting a super hero shadow

The OnPoint spotlight is an ongoing blog series that highlights our employees and takes a closer look at the drive and personality of individuals on the OnPoint team. It is one way we show our appreciation for their hard work and achievements while helping our community get to know the people who make things happen here at OnPoint.

This week, we are recognizing our five recent Accelerated Platform Training (APT) program graduates: Meghan McCrary, Lucy Dufresne-Belmore, Karinya “KeKe” McNeal, James Fuentes and Abbygale Stutzman. The APT program provides an excellent opportunity for employees to focus on gaining the new skills they require to advance in their careers here at OnPoint.

Learn more about each of our graduates:


Abbygale Stutzman


Abbygale walking along the beach with her partner


What are a couple of your favorite activities?

I love going camping—that is my favorite thing to do with my family and friends. I really enjoy when I get to spend a lot of time outside. I also love to cook for friends and family; I spend most of my time at home in the kitchen, a.k.a. my happy place.

What would you like to share about your branch?

I absolutely love my 205 Place branch team. I love the pace of this branch and appreciate the encouragement from the management team and the learning opportunities they have provided. My goal is to grow within OnPoint, work my way up to management, and pay it forward.

Read Abbygale’s full interview


James Fuentes


James Fuentes standing near a tree and some flowers outside the Orenco Station Branch


Tell us a little about yourself.

I’m the type of individual who likes to learn new things. I’m currently enrolled at Portland Community College and take random classes to expand my knowledge. I love spending time with my family and going on road trips.

What was it like to be a part of the APT program?

It was the best learning experience I’ve ever had. It was such a well-planned and well-coordinated program that really helps any individual with different learning styles to understand the Member Service Representative material and much more.

Read James’ full interview


Karinya “KeKe” McNeal


keke black and white selfie


What were you doing before joining OnPoint?

I was working at another financial institution as a Teller. I was there for two years before I moved over to OnPoint. While I was a Teller at OnPoint, I was also going to school at Mt. Hood Community College to receive my associate’s degree in business management.

Have you ever driven/piloted anything other than a car or light truck?

When I was 7, I attempted to drive my best friend’s brand new electric scooter. As soon as I put my foot on the pedal, I lost control and crashed into the bed of her dad’s truck. The truck was fine, the scooter was alright-ish, and I was okay—but not until after my friend stopped laughing at me and finally helped me get up off the ground.

Read KeKe’s full interview


Lucy Dufresne-Belmore


Lucy standing at the base of a waterfall while on a hike


What would you like to share about your team?

First off, the whole team here at 205 Place is incredibly supportive and wants nothing but the best for each other—working with a team like this is truly a breath of fresh air. One of the biggest goals I have is to consistently perform at a high level and earn recognition as a top-performer. I want to continue to learn and grow my knowledge and abilities and maybe even start looking at the Business Member Specialist position when I’m ready.

What is your favorite season?

Spring or fall. I love when the morning air is crisp, but the sun is shining.

Read Lucy’s full interview


Meghan McCrary


Meghan holding a bird


Are you artistic? What kind of art do you enjoy?

Art has been a part of my life for, well, all my life. I did community musical theatre, went to a performing arts school from late elementary through high school, and have been classically trained in ballet, piano and theatre. I even received a minor in theatre from college. I currently enjoy making jewelry and painting, but I’ve been known to dance and/or sing unprovoked.

What is your goal in your new role?

Having graduated from the APT program, my goal is to help as many members as possible and get more familiar/comfortable with business accounts. I have great support at Murrayhill, not only from the management staff, but also the branch staff has been overwhelmingly welcoming and helpful—especially when I start opening all the cabinets trying to find office supplies!

Read Meghan’s full interview


Interested in joining our team? Learn more about a career with OnPoint.

Related Content

Explore More:

You are leaving OnPoint Community Credit Union.

The website you are about to visit is the responsibility of the party providing the site. Any transactions you enter into through this third-party site are solely between you and that vendor, merchant or other party. OnPoint’s Privacy Policy does not apply to this third-party site, and for further information you should consult the privacy disclosures of this site.

Cancel Accept