Board Chairman Tim McMurry announced to members today via e-mail that Brad Miller has been selected as Southeast Corporate Federal Credit Union's new President/CEO. The $3.2 billion corporate has also posted the announcement on its Web site (www.secorp.org).
Miller will assume his new position on Feb. 28, replacing current CEO Bill Birdwell on his planned retirement date.
"Your Board of Directors feels strongly that Brad is the right person at a critical time in the evolution of our Corporate system," McMurry said in the statement. He added that Miller's past experience as a corporate credit union CEO and Washington-based lobbyist provides "experience and relationships necessary" in a time of change, the ability to "leverage resources wisely."
Miller will participate in Southeast Corporate's upcoming strategic planning session and Town Hall meetings, McMurry said.
Prior to his current position with the ACCU, Miller spent four years as President/CEO at Treasure State Corporate Credit Union. He was also a principal with Carreker Corporation specializing in payments consulting and check payment technology, and spent 12-plus years with the Federal Reserve System. He holds an MBA from the University of Montana and a Bachelor of Technology in Business from Montana State University.