Todd Mason, chief stratgy officer of RouteOne, has been named the new president/CEO of the Maine Credit Union League (MCUL), replacing retiring President/CEO John Murphy.
Mason will also lead the league’s subsidiary, Synergent.
“We believe he is very much aligned with our values, culture and shared vision for our organizations.Rick Lachance, league board chair and president/CEO of Connected CU, Augusta, Maine. “His extensive leadership experience, with both a technology organization and working with innovative credit union trade association services, allows Todd to bring unique skills to our organizations. Our boards look forward to the innovation and service commitment that he will bring to the credit unions we serve.”
Last year, Murphy announced his plans to retire in June following 44 years of service to credit unions, including 25 years as the president/CEO of the league and Synergent.
Mason is currently chief strategy officer for RouteOne, an indirect automotive lending technology company. He also spent 19 years with the Michigan Credit Union League and Affiliates, where he served as vice president of technology, education and marketing and chief operating officer of CU Solutions Group. He also helped launch the cooperative venture League InfoSight, where he served as its chief operating officer.
“I am fortunate to be taking the helm of a strong organization and legacy John Murphy has created with the support of his staff and the credit unions they serve,” said Mason. “My vision is to build on that, and help credit unions be at the right place, at the right time with the right services, wherever member financial decisions are made. As a result, my focus will be on delivery of innovative technologies to help credit unions serve their members as well as excellence in advocacy, strong governmental affairs, and providing timely education and information.”