Transportation Federal Credit Union announces new Chief Financial Officer

ALEXANDRIA, VA (August 25, 2020) — Transportation Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce the selection of Aman Kaushal as the credit union’s new Chief Financial Officer.

“We are thoroughly looking forward to Aman joining us.  He has an impressive skillset built over many years in the financial services industry that will help us as we navigate the evolving needs of our organization and our members,” said MJ Neusaenger, President and CEO.

Kaushal comes to Transportation Federal Credit Union from Greylock Federal Credit Union in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, where he held the position of Assistant Vice President/Controller for nearly two years. During his time at Greylock FCU, he was a key contributor in supporting the growth, operations, and success of the credit union. Before his time at Greylock, Kaushal held the role of Corporate Financial Controller at Crosscap Media Services Inc. for six years, where along with the management team he was instrumental to the growth of the organization. Kaushal has a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce from Panjab University in Chandigarh, India. Kaushal holds a CMA Designation and CPA, Registration with the State of Virginia.

When asked about his new position, Kaushal stated, “It is an honor to join Transportation Federal Credit Union as Chief Financial Officer. I am very much looking forward to being part of such a passionate and committed organization and working with MJ and her team.”

Aman Kaushal

About Transportation Federal Credit Union

Transportation Federal Credit Union ( has for over 80 years proudly served the transportation community, including the Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Federal Highway Administration, Federal Railroad Association, Department of Maritime Administration, and their supporting organizations. Driven by a philosophy of Different Roads, One Destination, the Credit Union remains committed to its core purpose of enhancing the financial well-being of transportation workers, retirees, and their families. With assets of over $229 million and serving more than 21,000 members, Transportation FCU believes that no matter the road, the Credit Union is here to help lead the way to financial wellness and security.


Bryn Conway, BC Consulting
On Behalf of Transportation FCU

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