Firstmark Credit Union began working with Segura earlier in the summer. They collaborated on the free planner that Firstmark CU gives out every August to 81,000 educators in schools in the San Antonio metro area.
“We used to be called San Antonio Teachers Credit Union. In fact, our first branch was located at Fox Tech High School. Even though our name changed years ago, we remain committed to educators,” said Kelley Farwell, marketing promotions manager for Firstmark Credit Union. “We believe teachers have an enormous responsibility and a lasting impact within our community. The Academic Planner is just one way we can show our appreciation for everything they do. We wanted to make our free planner for teachers more interactive. That’s where Helene came in.”
Helene Segura taught for over a decade in the Harlandale Independent School district, which is where she honed her organizing and productivity skills. In 2004, she began her transition into the organizing field. She is the owner of LivingOrder®
In celebration of their 80th anniversary, Firstmark Credit Union wanted to do even more for educators, so the planner project evolved into the Less Stress for Teachers Giveaway. The contest runs from October 10 – 31, 2012. San Antonio area teachers can enter the giveaway at http://www.facebook.com/
About Firstmark Credit Union: The Credit Union serves the financial needs of anyone who lives, works, worships, or attends school in, and businesses located in Bexar County, as well as education-related employees and students in Bexar County and the 12 surrounding counties; and their relatives. Firstmark Credit Union has operated continuously since 1932 and has endeavored to serve everyone in their field of membership with prompt, efficient and personal service. Because of their efforts to provide dependable, courteous service, Firstmark CU has established long-term relationships with loyal members who depend on the Credit Union to fulfill their financial services needs. Details at www.FirstmarkCU.org.