Connex Credit Union has named Frank Mancini as president/CEO.
Mancini “has been an integral part of the organization for the past nine years. With his extensive experience and his proven dedication to Connex Credit Union, Frank will be a strong leader as the credit union continues to grow and reach out to more members within the communities we serve, ” said Fred Heimann, Chairman of the Board
Mancini holds both a bachelor’s degree in business administration and an MBA from The University of Connecticut, as well as a CPA designation. He is a graduate of Harvard Business School’s Advanced CEO Leadership Institute, as well as Darden School of Business’ CEO Institute. He has been a part of Connex Credit Union’s executive team since 2003, serving as the chief financial officer, during which time he also oversaw information services, operations and collections. As CFO, Mancini helped the credit union grow to its current asset size of $380 million, the New Haven, Conn.-based Connex said in a statement.
“Connex Credit Union is a wonderful organization with great members and dedicated employees. I feel privileged and honored to lead Connex into the future,” said Mancini.
He is replacing John Edwards, who is retiring after leading Connex for 34 years.