TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (1/26/10)--Brad Miller has been named president/CEO of Tallahassee, Fla.-based Southeast Corporate FCU, announced the corporate's board Monday. Current President/CEO Bill Birdwell will retire on Feb. 28, and Miller's position will be effective March 1.
Miller has been executive director the past three years of the Association of Corporate Credit Unions (ACCU), representing the association on Capitol Hill and with the National Credit Union Administration. "Southeast's Board of Directors feels strongly that Brad Miller is the right person at a critical time in the evolution of our corporate system," said board Chairman Tim McMurry. "He has broad industry experience and was chosen from among a field of very qualified candidates." Miller told News Now
that he will be transition between ACCU and the corporate during February "to ensure an efficient and successful transition for both ACCU and Southeast Corporate, with my official capacity at Southeast Corporate beginning March 1." ACCU's "board and existing committee structure will continue to manage the strategic issues for the association," Miller said. "ACCU members will be meeting during the [Credit Union National Association's Governmental Affairs Conference] GAC in February to further discuss the evolution of the ACCU, he said. Prior to his position at ACCU, Miller spent four years as CEO/President at Treasure State Corporate CU in Montana. He also has served as a principal with Carreker Corp., specializing in payments consulting, check payment technology, and other cash and logistics management service. Miller also worked more than 12 years with the Federal Reserve System, and held management positions in business development, payment systems, and planning and analysis. He received a master's of business administration degree from the University of Montana and a bachelor of technology in business degree from Montana State University. He also has held various investment securities licenses and attended the Sales Management Executive Program at the University of Minnesota.