Christine Miller’s banking career spans over 30 years. She has always been passionate about compliance and has worked independently to develop her knowledge and skills in the compliance field. As a compliance officer at her previous company, she utilized her passion and compliance knowledge to develop the institution’s compliance policies and procedures and train employees.
In 2015, she became the Bank Secrecy Act/anti-money laundering (AML) officer at Millbury Federal Credit Union and in 2017, she was appointed as the security officer. As part of her goals to continue increasing and enhancing her compliance knowledge, she studied for and obtained her CAMS certification in 2016. According to Miller, the knowledge that she attained through the CAMS program has helped prepare her for the investigations that she performs in her current role. In addition, she is a member of the Eastern Mass Compliance Network and Worcester County Risk Management.
As a security officer, Miller is responsible for all AML and counter-terrorist financing investigations and all OFAC responsibilities for the credit union. She reports all pertinent information for review to the board of directors.
As an active member of her community, Miller has volunteered at financial literacy outreach programs for a variety of local groups and she volunteered at veteran associations, Girls Choice, ESL programs and other community organizations. In addition, as security officer, she is developing a program to reach out to senior citizens to better educate them on how to protect themselves against the different scams that are targeting the elderly.