The Carolinas Credit Union League (CCUL) board of directors has selected Dan Schline to serve as its next president/CEO.
Schline, who currently serves as executive vice president/chief operating officer of the CCUL, will assume the role on July 1 upon the retirement of John Radebaugh, who has held the position since 2003.
“John Radebaugh has been a strong, steady credit union leader in the Carolinas for the past fifteen years,” said CCUL board chair and SPC CU President/CEO Linda Weatherford. “He played a major role in the consolidation of the North Carolina and South Carolina leagues and has done an exceptional job of building consensus among the states’ credit unions. He leaves a legacy of integrity and passionate commitment that will serve the Carolinas and credit union movement for many years.
“In Dan Schline we have someone well positioned to lead the League in the years to come,” Weatherford said. “He brings great passion for the work credit unions are doing and has the vision to ensure the League’s continued success.”
Schline has worked with credit unions for twenty-one years. He began as director of governmental affairs with the North Carolina Credit Union League (NCCUL) in 1997, serving in a variety of roles for NCCUL including ten as senior vice president. In 2014 Schline was part of the team that facilitated consolidation of two independent associations to form the Carolinas Credit Union League, a two-state association serving credit unions in North and South Carolina.
“Dan’s a proven leader in our organization and he will do a phenomenal job as the new president and CEO,” said Radebaugh. “Credit unions in the Carolinas know and respect his work. He’s been a tireless advocate for credit unions from day one more than two decades ago.”