I work in the United States. I work in the loan servicing department at a bank. I split duties between mortgage servicing and consumer loan servicing.
There is a mortgage supervisor who is my direct supervisor and there is a consumer loan supervisor who just started about a month ago. The consumer loan supervisor is slowly learning her duties.
For a particular task that I do for consumer loan servicing, I receive an email from the accounting department. When these emails come in, the consumer loan servicing supervisor is copied on the email. It has been like this in the past.
I noticed that the new consumer loan supervisor was not being copied on an email that came in today. So I replied to the accounting department and asked if the new consumer loan supervisor could be added to the email routing list. I copied the consumer loan supervisor on this email. I thought I was being helpful in this instance in getting her added so she would know about this task. I did it to put her in the know.
She replies to my email and she copies my supervisor and the manager of the whole department. She asks me what is her role with this task and if I can show her and what are available times we can meet to go over it.
I don't understand why she copied my supervisor and the manager of the department? It just rubbed me the wrong way like what I did was somehow wrong and taking liberties I should not have and she wants everyone to know.
Am I reading this situation wrong?