Cy-Fair Federal Credit Union hires new president
Houston-based Cy-Fair Federal Credit Union has hired Cameron Dickey as their new president, succeeding retiring president Debbie Blackshear.
"Cy-Fair Federal Credit Union is excited to be bringing someone of Cameron's capabilities and proven track record on board to lead the credit union," Deborah Jackson, Cy-Fair's board chairman, stated in a credit union release. "His values and strategic growth experience is a great match with our organization and we look forward to building upon the strong organization that Debbie has led during her 18 years as president."
Dickey has most recently worked as the executive vice president with Stewart Title, where he oversaw sales and marketing in the Pacific Northwest and the company's credit union services division.
Prior to his work at Stewart Tile, Dickey was the vice president of retail sales and service at Advantis Credit Union and president and CEO of Provincial Federal Credit Union in Oregon.
Dickey is a recognized leader internationally for micro-finance consulting and economic development in developing countries. He volunteered as a consultant for the World Council of Credit Unions and served as a mentor to financial institution delegates in Uzbekistan. Dickey has also had an impact in Kenya, where he worked to establish programs to meet the needs of orphans in AIDS ravaged communities within the country. He also helped deploy micro-enterprise lending for agricultural development to small land owners.
"I am honored and excited to be joining the bright, forward thinking, community focused team at Cy-Fair Federal Credit Union," Dickey said in a press release.
Dickey holds a bachelor's degree in business administration.
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