The Minnesota Credit Union Network (MnCUN) announced Mark Cummins will retire as President and CEO of the state trade association next spring. Cummins has served in the role for 15 years.
“Serving as President of the Minnesota Credit Union Network has been the honor of a lifetime. To work with the incredible staff at the Network has been a privilege that far too few people have the opportunity to enjoy,” said Cummins. “The Network has a bright future, and I will support the transition to new leadership in every way I can.”
“The MnCUN Board of Directors has established a Search Committee after having thoroughly discussed, and unanimously approving to independently continue as the Minnesota Credit Union Network. The Network remains a strong league, financially healthy, and the best trade association for Minnesota’s credit unions,” said Mary Hansen, chair of the MnCUN Board and President and CEO of Mayo Employees Federal Credit Union.
“The Board and staff are all very happy for Mark and his family, and so very appreciative for all that he has done for credit unions in Minnesota and nationwide throughout his tenure,” continued Hansen.
In addition to his work in Minnesota, Cummins has served the American Association of Credit Union Leagues as Board Chair, the CUNA Executive Committee, the Board of Directors of CUNA Strategic Services, and the National Advocacy Committee. He currently serves on CUNA's World Affairs Committee and was recently honored with the 2022 Farley Leadership Award. Cummins will remain in his role through April of 2023.