Farm Credit Financial Partners, Inc. (FPI) is pleased to announce the appointment of Liz Chrystal as the company’s Vice President, Portfolio Management and Delivery and Jason Warren as Vice President, Chief Information Security Officer.

Chrystal Headshot

Chrystal joins FPI with over 15 years of experience in both technical portfolio management and operations, advancing IT and business operating models for successful delivery. She will lead FPI’s Enterprise Portfolio Management Office, Customer Success, and Solutions Consulting teams to drive execution and implementation of FPI’s ecosystem of platforms that enable customers to drive value delivery. 

Chrystal has worked in various roles including commercial healthcare, IT professional services at government agencies, and other integrated health insurers. Previously, she served on an IT executive leadership team at a five-site integrated health system headquartered in Springfield, Massachusetts. She holds a bachelor’s degree in liberal studies and a Project Management certificate from Bryant University. 

“I am looking forward to sharing what I’ve learned in the technology industry,” said Chrystal. “Multiple key initiatives are already underway, including promoting and attracting talented individuals to FPI and identifying areas of our service delivery model to refine.”

Following a nearly 30-year career in information risk management and cybersecurity threat detection, Jason Warren joins FPI to lead the teams focused on protecting FPI and its associations from information and cybersecurity threats.

Warren Headshot

Warren is a proud Veteran that served in the United States Coast Guard for 32 years and was recognized as a senior military leader in cybersecurity initiatives. Most recently, Warren served as a cybersecurity manager at two Fortune 500 financial institutions. He holds a bachelor’s degree in information systems management and a master’s degree in cybersecurity from Excelsior University. He holds numerous certifications including the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and Certified Information System Manager (CISM). 

“Serving as the Chief Information Security Officer is an incredible opportunity,” said Warren. “We have an exceptionally talented team of cybersecurity professionals that is dedicated to securing our networks and the success of our agricultural credit association customers.” 

The appointment of Chrystal and Warren will continue to strengthen FPI’s ability to execute several multi-year initiatives in partnership with its customer-owners, including modernizing its legacy platforms and further development of integration capabilities. 



Organized in 1995, Farm Credit Financial Partners, Inc. (FPI) is the largest provider of technology products and services to the Farm Credit System. A customer-owned service organization, FPI supports five agricultural credit associations (ACAs) from Maine to California with 117,000 members and $53 billion in Farm Credit assets. Through a customer-driven approach, FPI is improving lending for American agriculture with technology that is robust, reliable, and intuitive. Visit