TwoScore Hires Liz Garster to Meet Growing Demand from Small Credit Unions


Liz Garster

TwoScore is pleased to announce its recent hire of Liz Garster, who joins the TwoScore team as the new AVP of marketing and client services. She brings with her strong skills in technology, social media, employee engagement, and out-of-the-box marketing to help TwoScore’s credit union clients grow and thrive. Over the last year, small and medium sized credit unions across the country have partnered with TwoScore and, as a result, have quadrupled TwoScore’s number of client relationships in less than 12 months.

“Bringing Liz on lets us continue to grow at this pace while also ensuring that our clients continue to receive unparalleled service with the unique approach they have come to know and love,” said Amanda Thomas McMeans, founder and president of TwoScore. “TwoScore has seen explosive growth as credit unions from all over the country have discovered us as a trusted partner and resource. Liz brings a tremendous amount of talent and thought leadership, and I am very excited for our future.”

Garster has worked in credit unions for over five years, and played an integral role in growing loans almost 40% during her tenure at a mid-sized credit union. She has been actively involved in the credit union industry, participating in Crash the GAC, presenting at CUNA’s Community Credit Union & Growth Conference, and serving as former chair of the Central Ohio Credit Union Outreach Alliance. In addition to her credit union efforts, Liz is pursuing her Masters of Business Administration at Capital University in Columbus and will complete her degree in August 2016.

TwoScore was specifically designed with the needs and budgets of small to mid-sized credit unions in mind, making affordable access to Vice President-level marketing a reality to help them compete in the financial services market. “Smaller credit unions play an important role in the financial industry and it’s vital that they remain a competitive and growing force in the industry,” said Garster. “I was attracted to TwoScore for its commitment to championing smaller credit unions and building relationships that foster long-term success.”