TCU names Jason Osterhage as new President & Chief Executive Officer

SOUTH BEND, IN (March 22, 2022) — Teachers Credit Union (TCU), announced today the appointment of Jason Osterhage as its new president and chief executive officer, effective this week. In his new role, Osterhage will oversee all aspects of the day-to-day operation of TCU, as well as lead its executive team on the path to achieve its strategic goals. Osterhage joins TCU with 17 years of experience in financial services, most recently serving as executive vice president and chief operating officer at Texas Dow Employees Credit Union in Houston, Texas.

“Jason’s extensive management experience in the credit union industry makes him the ideal choice
to lead our experienced executive team. Throughout his career, Jason has accumulated valuable expertise that applies to all facets of our organization, and we’re excited to see the new perspective he will bring to the credit union,” said Dr. Vincent Henderson, chairman of the TCU Board of Directors. “We’re proud of all TCU has accomplished in recent years and we’re confident that Jason will provide the leadership necessary to continue that momentum into the future.”

Osterhage began his credit union career 17 years ago at Delta Community Credit Union in Atlanta, Georgia overseeing a range of functions including lending, corporate strategy, program management, human resources, and enterprise data analytics. In 2012, he joined Alliant Credit Union in Chicago, Illinois as chief lending executive. In his nine years there, in addition to all lending functions, he oversaw banking product strategy, member experience, retirement/wealth services, and led Alliant’s agile/digital transformation programs. Most recently, he held the role of chief operating officer at Texas Dow Employees Credit Union in Houston, Texas supporting all revenue, member-service, and market-facing aspects of the cooperative.

Jason Osterhage

About Teachers Credit Union

Teachers Credit Union (TCU) is Indiana’s largest Credit Union with more than $4 billion in assets, 57 branches throughout Indiana and southwestern Michigan, and more than 306,000 members. TCU offers traditional financial services including checking, savings, mortgages, and credit cards, as well as non-traditional services such as investments and insurance. Since its founding in 1931, TCU has focused on making a positive impact on its members and the community. For more information about TCU, visit


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