Trailblazers 40 Below
Previous Trailblazers

2013

2012

  • James Robert

    Grower of Relationships
    PTP New Media
  • Nathan Anderson

    Vice President/COO
    Mountain America Credit Union
  • David Tuyo

    Interim CEO
    Pen Air Federal Credit Union
  • Lisa Totaro

    Marketing Associate
    Sunmark Federal Credit Union
  • Matt Davis

    Director of Innovation
    Filene Research Institute
  • Randy Smith

    Co-Founder/Publisher
    CUinsight
  • Matt Vance

    Marketing and Community Manager
    Industrial Credit Union
  • Fred Fernandez

    VP of IT/Remittances
    Bethex Federal Credit Union
  • Bill Clancy

    VP of Retail Strategy
    Lake Michigan Credit Union
  • Michele DeBuhr

    VP of Consumer Credit Administration
    OnPoint Community Credit Union
  • Stacey Walker

    Board Director
    XCEL Federal Credit Union
  • Chad Helminak

    CUDE Director of REAL Solutions and Outreach
    Wisconsin Credit Union League

2011

  • Brent Dixon

    Founder
    Credit Union Crashers Young Leadership Group
  • Brett Wooden

    Business Development Manager
    Unitus Community Credit Union
  • Amanda Thomas

    Marketing Manager
    Members First Credit Union
  • Matt Monge

    VP of People and Development
    Fort Campbell Federal Credit Union
  • Matt Weidler

    Information Systems Asset Analyst
    Evangelical Christian Credit Union
  • Bryce Roth

    Marketing Coordinator
    Vacationland Federal Credit Union
  • Nathan Muniz

    Government Relations/Public Relations Manager
    PSECU
  • Jon Jeffreys

    President
    Credit Union Student Choice
  • Devin Selte

    Senior Relationship Manager
    Servus Credit Union
  • Kristen Scott

    VP of Enterprise Risk Management
    Telhio Credit Union
  • Jeff Russell

    President/CEO
    TMG Financial Services
  • Kathryn Davis

    SVP
    Xceed Financial Credit Union
Credit Union Times will recognize 12 young credit union executives this year who are working at warp-speed to better the future of the credit union industry. Nominate a 20- or 30- something who is making a difference today.
eMentor Q&A
  • What three things do CUs and/or young professionals need to rethink to continue to be relevant tomorrow?
  • Gregg Stockdale

    Troy B. Hall

    Chief Operations Officer
    South Carolina FCU

    Tough-talking Troy will tell young professionals that they need to re-think, re-work and re-invent the concept of planning for the future into terms of ... today!
    Tomorrow's relevance is based on how well you are thinking for today. Build knowledge, today. Don't worry about how…

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