Press Release

Viktoria Earle Selected as President and Chief Executive Officer
of CommonWealth Central Credit Union

San Jose, CA (April 21, 2022) CommonWealth Central Credit Union’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce the selection of Viktoria Earle as their next President and CEO. The current CEO, Craig Weber announced his plans to retire, and following his announcement, the Board began their search for the Credit Union’s next CEO. Earle, CommonWealth’s current Chief Financial Officer was selected from a nationwide pool of candidates and will transition into her new role in May of 2022.

“After an extensive search, we are excited that the credit union’s new CEO came from within. Viktoria’s depth and breadth of experience will enable her to provide strategic direction and leadership to continue moving our credit union forward. We are excited to begin this journey and offer our support as she transitions into her new role,” said Michael F. Filice, Jr., CommonWealth’s Board Chair.

In addition to her nine years of service at CommonWealth as the Credit Union’s Chief Financial Officer, Viktoria brings her extensive experience with multi-billion dollar financial institutions. Her responsibilities covered a broad spectrum of areas including executive leadership, strategic positioning, tactical planning, product development, business partner building, Board relations, and people engagement and development.

When asked about her new position, Viktoria Earle said “It is an honor to be named the next President and CEO of CommonWealth. I appreciate the confidence the Board of Directors has placed in me to lead the Credit Union. CWCCU is passionate about making a difference in the lives of our members and communities, and I look forward to continuing this mission.”

Craig Weber, who started his career at CommonWealth more than 27 years ago said, “As I bid a fond farewell to CommonWealth, a place I’ve called home for so long, I would like to thank you for the privilege of serving you. I’m confident in CommonWealth’s bright future under Viktoria’s leadership.”


About CommonWealth Central Credit Union
Back in 1958, the credit union started with just 10 members who together deposited $104 to form a credit union that would later become CommonWealth Central Credit Union. Over the last 60+ years, we have grown to over 38,000 members and $680 million in assets. Our continued success has allowed us to give back and make a meaningful impact in our local communities.

Contact Information
Jennifer D’Amico, Vice President of Marketing
(408) 531-3309