Police Federal Credit Union Announces New President/Chief Executive Office
UPPER MARLBORO, MARYLAND – (December 4, 2018) Police Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce the selection of Norman Mann II as the credit union’s new President and Chief Executive Officer.
Norman, who has 33 years of Credit Union experience, was chosen in a competitive selection process from a strong field of candidates. “He has been a key member of Police Federal Credit Union’s executive leadership team since 2007 and I am personally delighted that he has agreed to step up and lead the organization, and we have upmost confidence that the credit union is safe in his hands,” said Clay Goldston, Chairman of the Board of Directors. Goldston also commended current CEO, Danny Gregg, for his service to Police Federal Credit Union, “On behalf of the Board, I would like to thank Danny for his leadership and friendship over the past 24 years, and for his commitment to serving the law enforcement community and their families. We wish him a happy and healthy retirement.”
Mann has been with Police Federal Credit Union since 2007, most recently in the role of Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Prior to his time at Police Federal Credit Union, Mann worked at NASA Federal Credit Union for 19 years, and prior to that, the Department of Justice Federal Credit Union for 3 years. Mann has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland. Mann is the Chairman of the Board of the DC Chapter of the MDDC Credit Union Association.
When asked about his new position, Norman stated, “I am honored to have been given the opportunity to take over the leadership of such a great organization. Danny Gregg has positioned the credit union well for continued growth and a prosperous future, and my mission is to lead the organization to even greater things.”
About Police Federal Credit Union
Police Federal Credit Union is a full-service, not-for-profit, financial institution dedicated to securing the financial interests of its members. Founded in 1935, today Police FCU exceeds $145 million in assets and serves more than 11,700 members nationwide. The credit union strives to return profits to members through lower rates on offerings such as mortgages, auto financing, personal loans, and more. As the organization’s name hints, Police FCU membership is exclusive to members of the law enforcement community. They pride themselves on being Police helping Police, who serve members’ needs and protect members’ future. To learn more, visit www.policefcu.com.