Mike Haggard, president/CEO of HealthNet Federal Credit Union, has announced his plans to retire in July. And the credit union’s board of directors has named Bill Whitten to succeed him.
Haggard has served in his position at the Cordova, Tenn.-based HealthNet FCU for 24 years. His experience in serving in a leadership capacity in credit unions spans over 38 years. He was been instrumental in guiding HealthNet from a small, one-office credit union to a $46 million operation with four locations in the Memphis area, the credit union said.
Haggard has served on numerous boards and committees, including The Tennessee Credit Union League and Volunteer Corporate Credit Union.
Whitten has served as the vice president at HealthNet for the past 15 years. He holds a bachelor of science degree in business administration from Christian Brothers University and an MBA from the University of Memphis. He has over 35 years experience in the financial service industry. He has also been an adjunct professor at Webster University.