Dow Chemical Employees Credit Union Announces New IT Director
Midland, Michigan (November 17, 2014) – Dow Chemical Employees’ Credit Union (DCECU) is pleased to announce the selection of Norman (Mike) Zureich as the credit union’s new Information Technology Director.
“Mike has a deep understanding of the technology side of organizations and how it complements and improves member interaction and satisfaction. He has many great ideas to improve and continue to provide our members with the best products and services with seamless transitions. He will be an asset to our team here at DCECU, and we are looking forward to working with Mike,” said Dennis Hanson, President and CEO.
Mike Zureich last served as the Program Manager of Resource Management at GalaxE.Solutions, Inc. located in Detroit, Michigan. During his tenure, Mike managed 500+ onshore resources across four global strategic business units for Fortune 100 clients worldwide and was instrumental in improving the overall resource utilization by 15%. He effectively increased customer satisfaction and market share by leading and improving the collaboration of the cross-functional teams. Mike also developed, coached, and mentored junior team members as well. Prior to his time at GalaxE.Solutions, Inc., Mike served as a high school mathematics teacher for Ypsilanti Public Schools and as a Technical Resource Manager II for Siemens PLM Software, Inc. Mike holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Mathematics and Fine Arts, and a Master of Science in Industrial Technology, Manufacturing degree from Eastern Michigan University.
About Dow Chemical Employees’ Credit Union
DCECU became the 182nd credit union organized in the State of Michigan on July 29, 1937. In 1937, the country was still in the throes of a severe economic depression that underscored the need for a workable financial plan to enable DCECU employees to save for emergencies and obtain convenient, low-cost credit. Two Dow Chemical employees heard about the credit union movement and brought members of the Michigan Credit Union League to Midland. Representatives of labor and management heard the plan, liked it, and applied to the State Banking Department for a charter. Today, DCECU is proud to serve more than 57,000 members and has more than $1.4 billion in assets. DCECU’s service commitment is to be their members’ lifelong financial partner by building trusted relationships. Their goal has always been to serve their members to the best of their abilities and provide members with the best value for their money. Every day, DCECU continually strives to improve their level of service by keeping their common focus on the members. For more information, please visit www.dcecu.org.