|Tennessee Credit Union League
P.O. Box 21550
Chattanooga, TN 37424-0550
|Tennessee Credit Union League
1317 Hickory Valley Rd
Chattanooga, TN 37421-5604
|Phone: 423-899-2425 or 800-572-7359
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Tennessee Credit Union League Staff
Phone: 423-899-2425 or 800-572-7359
Fred Robinson, President (Extension 1209)
Fred Robinson is President and Chief Executive Officer of the Tennessee Credit Union League and its affiliates, CU Services, Inc. and League Capital, Inc. Mr. Robinson has served in this capacity since November 1, 2012. Previously he served as Vice President Governmental affairs. He has been employed by the League since 1983.
Cynthia Dunn, Vice President, Finance & Administration (Extension 1204)
Cynthia is primarily responsible for the accounting and human resource functions of the League and its three subsidiaries. She works closely with outside auditors, compiles financial reports and analysis, and prepares monthly financial statements. She has her Life, Health, Property and Casualty insurance licenses and is a graduate of the Southeast Regional Credit Union Management School (SRCUS). Cynthia has been with the League since 1983.
Kimberly S. Bohannon, CUCE, BSACS, Chief Innovation Officer (Extension 1208)
As Chief Innovation Officer (CINO), Kim is responsible for the development and delivery of association services in the areas of compliance, education, and communications. Kim is a certified Credit Union Compliance Expert, Bank Secrecy Act Compliance Specialist, and a member of the International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators. Kim joined the league in 2019. She was previously the Vice President of Compliance and Risk Management with Knoxville TVA Employees Credit Union and has worked with the North Carolina Credit Union League and Navy Federal Credit Union.
David Griffiths, Chief Revenue Officer (Extension 1215)
David has worked with Credit Unions, Leagues, Regulators & insurance companies for over 30 years. David has a strong background in consulting on various topics such as insurance, payments, leadership, and operational efficiencies and their impact on financial institutions. This background provides Mr. Griffiths with a clear understanding of the unique needs of financial institutions to be a trusted resource that they can rely upon.
David has spoken at a number of credit union movement events on a wide number of topics such as Strategic Planning, Leadership Development, Payments & Employee Benefits. In addition, he has conducted numerous planning and leadership sessions.
David earned his Management degree from North Central College, Naperville, Illinois. He is a nine-time qualifier for President’s Council and is a past qualifier for Leadership Excellence. David has his Life, Health, Property & Casualty insurance licenses.
Sarah Waters, Vice President Governmental Affairs (Extension 1212)
As Vice President Governmental Affairs, Sarah oversees the governmental affairs strategy for the league including lobbying, advocacy, grassroots, and fundraising. Prior to joining the League, Sarah served as Senior Grassroots Manager for NFIB and oversaw advocacy efforts in over 15 states. Before that, Sarah served as Political Programs Manager for CUNA where she assisted with CULAC fundraising and events and election efforts.
Sarah graduated from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is a fan of all things Tar Heel. She lives in Franklin, TN with her husband, Justin, and three boys.
Zack Czengoldi, Director, Information Technology (Extension 1202)
Zack is responsible for the overall planning, organizing, and execution of all IT functions at the League. He has been working with the League since 2000 as a consultant and joined the League in 2016 as a full-time director.
Criss Browning, Director, Business Development (Extension 1251)
Criss is the Director of Business Development. In this role, Criss assists in the research and evaluation of new products and services for credit unions and works in the consultative sales process for products and services of CU Services and its business partners. He serves as a relationship manager to assigned credit unions by providing counsel and guidance in a wide variety of areas essential to the successful development of credit unions, including operations, financial analysis, marketing, new products and services, strategic planning, and training. He also works with groups across the State in the chartering of new credit unions. Criss was employed by the League in 1988.
Matt Coniglio, Governmental Affairs (Extension 1201)
Matt Coniglio is the Director of Governmental Affairs for the League. In his role, he is primarily engaged in state government lobbying, while also supporting the VP of Governmental Affairs in federal lobbying, grassroots engagement, and fundraising. Previously, Matt served as the League’s Director of Education and Communications and as a Governmental Affairs Specialist. He joined the League in 2014.
Matt graduated from Xavier University in 2013 with a BA in History and is among the 98% of college athletes to go pro in something other than sports.
Sherry Martinez, Executive Secretary (Extension 1200)
Sherry is the Administrative Assistant to the League President. She maintains all records of League Board meetings, manages the ballot mailing for the election of League Directors, and provides administrative support to the League President and other management staff as required. She joined the League in April 2019.
Leisa Massingill, Manager Shared Branching/Technical Support Specialist (Extension 1209)
Leisa is the Manager Shared Branching providing technical support in the implementation and operations of shared branching for CU Services, Inc., including training and various back-office support. Leisa has worked for the League since 1988 and previously managed the League’s correspondence card programs.
Caroline Alexander, Member Engagement Coordinator (Extension 1211)
Caroline is the newest member of the League and her responsibilities include coordinating events and communication with the Chief Innovation Officer and developing communications for the Young Professionals group to increase engagement.
Caroline graduated from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga with a Bachelor of Science. Her experience includes program and education development, public speaking, and communications.
Ginger Holler, Financial Assistant (Extension 1213)
As Financial Assistant, Ginger is responsible for assisting the VP of Finance & Administration with administrative and accounting functions as well as assisting the Director of Education/Communication with meeting material preparation and registrations.