Published Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Evergreen Credit Union in Neenah announces a new president and CEO, Kathy Jankowski. 

"The board of directors is pleased to announce that Kathy Jankowski has been selected to be the new president and CEO of Evergreen Credit Union," said board chairman, Lyle Mader. "Her extensive credit union experience and leadership skills will be valuable assets as she leads the credit union forward."

The current president and CEO, Mike Brandt, is stepping down to pursue another opportunity in the credit union industry at a position in Milwaukee. 

"The board would like to thank Mike Brandt for his leadership over the past seven years as he helped the credit union grow into one of the strongest small credit unions in Wisconsin, and drove our mission to be the most environmentally responsible credit union in the nation," Mader said.

Jankowski has been part of Evergreen Credit Union's executive team since 2011. She was the vice president of lending for the first five years and then transitioned to vice president of operations in 2016. 

"I'm excited about the opportunity to lead Evergreen Credit Union," Jankowski said. "I'm grateful to our board of directors and Mike Brandt, whose innovative thinking and infinite energy have set Evergreen up for continued success. It will be an incredible journey and honor to serve our members, staff, board and community."

Her career in the credit union industry began in 1988. Over the course of her career, she also held the positions of bookkeeper, member service representative, loan officer, branch manager and executive vice president.

Prior to working in the industry, Jankowski worked in the accounting field. She also served on nonprofit boards and currently volunteers at many local events. When she's not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband, three sons and seven grandchildren at their cottage in central Wisconsin.

For more information about Evergreen Credit Union, visit EvergreenCU.com or call (920) 729-2999.

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