CCUA board taps Winne as interim CEO
MALBOROUGH, MA (November 30, 2018) — Boston Firefighters Credit Union President/CEO and Cooperative Credit Union Association (CCUA) Board Member Bernie Winne has agreed to add the day-to-day operations of the Association to his responsibilities and serve as its interim CEO.
Winne, a credit union veteran of more than 35 years, was appointed to the Association’s top spot by CCUA’s board at a recent executive meeting.
In addition to serving as CCUA’s Interim CEO, Winne will also continue his role at the helm of Boston Firefighters Credit Union (BFCU).
“Bernie’s leadership ensures the smooth continuity of all the programs and services that the Association delivers to its members each and every day,” said CCUA Board Chair Ellen Ford in making the announcement. “The board is grateful to Bernie for agreeing to devote his time and expertise to support the Association, its members and staff as interim CEO.”
“I’m both thrilled and honored to support the team at CCUA in their ongoing commitment to deliver both value and service to the Association’s many members,” said Winne. “I’m also grateful to the board of directors at BFCU and my management team for supporting me as I endeavor to give my best efforts to both organizations that I greatly value.”
He went on to note that while the search for a new CEO headed by Mark Sievewright moves swiftly ahead, members can rest assured that CCUA’s educational programs, advocacy efforts, community outreach on behalf of seniors, and planning for a new and upcoming trade show, CU Marketplace Experience, will maintain an unabated and consistent pace.
Winne assumes his role as CCUA Interim CEO effective immediately.
About Cooperative Credit Union Association
The Cooperative Credit Union Association is a regional trade organization serving as the voice for nearly 180-member credit unions located in the States of Delaware, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island. CCUA member credit unions hold combined assets in excess of $73 billion and serve a collective membership base of more than 4.7 million consumers. Last year, CCUA credit unions provided more than $500 million in direct financial benefits to their members and had a combined financial impact of over $5 billion on their states. For more information, visit www.CCUA.org