Michael HudsonWhen Michigan State University Federal Credit Union became one of the first in the nation to offer ATM voice output for visually impaired people and those with print-related disabilities, Michael Hudson was in a key position to back the idea.

Hudson, who is blind, has served on the supervisory committee of the $2.6 billion credit union since 2011 and was named chairman in 2013. In June this year he was named to the MSUFCU board of directors. He joined Michigan State in East Lansing in 1992, and currently serves as director of the MSU Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities.

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