DCUC Names New CEO
The Defense Credit Union Council said Wednesday Anthony R. Hernandez will become its new president/CEO on Aug. 1.
He will succeed DCUC President/CEO Roland Arteaga who is retiring.
Hernandez joined DCUC last year and served as chief operating officer.
He successfully fielded a guide on the new Department of Defense Blended Retirement System; worked with member credit unions on Military Lending Act rules; offered comments on the DOD’s personal commercial solicitation policy; bolstered the DCUC’s emphasis on financial education, and spearheaded the DCUC’s five-year strategic plan.
Prior to joining niche trade association, Hernandez served in the U.S. Air Force in various senior leadership and command positions, both as a Mission Support Group Commander and as the chief financial officer of an Air Force Major Command as a full colonel. He also served as the executive officer to the commander of Air Combat Command.
Hernandez retired from the air force after 25 years, closing his career as the Commander 319th Mission Support Group at Grand Forks AFB in North Dakota.