Seminole Schools Federal Credit Union Announces New President/CEO

Seminole Schools Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce Dan Kelley as the organizations new President/CEO. Kelley has over 10 years of management experience in the financial industry. Kelley is a graduate of Webster University’s George Herbert Walker School of Business, where he completed his MBA. He received his Bachelors of Science in Business Management from the University of Phoenix. Kelley spent the last eight years at  FAIRWINDS Credit Union and most recently worked as a Regional Vice President – Branch Services. Kelley oversaw the sales, service and operations of 10 FAIRWINDS locations throughout Central Florida.

Originally from Plano, TX, Kelley has called Central Florida home for over 30 years and is actively involved in giving back to his community. In addition to his new  role as President/CEO of Seminole Schools FCU, Kelley is the current President of the Rotary Club of Apopka. Kelley has served on the Foundation Advisory Board for Cornerstone Hospice and as a committee member of the City of Apopka Youth Leadership Program.

In his new role, Kelley says, “I am honered to serve as the President/CEO of an organization that has been rooted in Seminole County since 1936. SSFCU will continue to build upon its founding principals of people helping people through providing products and services that ultimately benefit our members and community, not just the credit union.”

About Seminole Schools FCU
Seminole Schools FCU, is one of Central Florida’s oldest credit unions. With assets over $38 million and more than 5,500 members. The financial cooperative established in 1936 is open to anyone living, working, worshiping or attending school in Seminole County. Membership is also available to family members who live outside of Seminole County. For more information, visit

More News