Congressional Federal Credit Union Announces New President/Chief Executive Officer
OAKTON, VIRGINIA– (January 18, 2018) Congressional Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce the selection of Sean Zimmermann as the credit union’s new President and Chief Executive Officer.
“The Board of Directors is very excited to welcome Sean as our new President and CEO,” said James Kaelin, Chairman of the Board of Directors. “Sean brings a wealth of experience to the table and we are looking forward to the continued growth and success of the credit union under his leadership.” Mr. Kaelin also commended interim CEO Tony Caccese for his service to Congressional Federal during the past year, “Our long time CFO, Tony Caccese, served as interim CEO during the past year. His outstanding management of CFCU during this time ensured the services to our members continued uninterrupted.”
Zimmermann has over 25 years of credit union and finance experience. He comes to Congressional Federal Credit Union from Bank Fund-Staff Federal Credit Union where he served as Chief Financial Officer for two years. Prior to his time at Bank Fund-Staff Federal Credit Union, Zimmermann worked for Tower Federal Credit Union for more than twenty years in a number of positions, including Vice President of Finance and Senior Vice President of Operations and Technology. Prior to this, he held positions at Republic Bancorp, Inc., Westinghouse Electric Corporation and Legg Mason Wood Walker. Zimmermann has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Towson University in Towson, Maryland and a Masters of Business Administration from Loyola University in Baltimore, Maryland. He is also a Certified Public Accountant.
When asked about his new position, Zimmermann stated, “I am honored to have been offered such a fantastic opportunity at Congressional Federal Credit Union and I am looking forward to joining such an outstanding organization.”
About Congressional Federal Credit Union
Congressional Federal Credit Union was started by eight congressional employees in July 1953, with $40 in deposits. From those humble roots, Congressional has grown to 47,000 members with over $900 million in asset size. Congressional Federal Credit Union’s mission has always been to help the people that serve on Capitol Hill achieve their financial goals by offering a wide range of financial services to their members. Congressional Federal Credit Union is an equal opportunity employer.