District Credit Union of Colorado Appoints New CEO | Credit Union Journal

District Credit Union of Aurora, Colorado has promoted Steve Bouras to President and CEO.

The $150 million asset-based credit union announced that Bouras, who first joined District in 2016 and most recently served as vice president and chief operating officer, assumed his new role on May 1. January. He succeeded Brad Johnson, who retired after serving in the role since 2002, according to Johnson’s LinkedIn page.

“Steve has demonstrated his commitment to building a strong financial institution…he will continue his efforts while forging an even stronger culture of service to our members,” Suzanne Acheson, chair of the district board of directors, said in a statement. press on Wednesday.

Founded in 1961 by eight Aurora Public School teachers as Aurora Schools Federal Credit Union, the institution has since grown to more than 7,500 members.

“This position is exactly what I have worked towards throughout my career, and I am honored to have the opportunity to lead the District Credit Union,” Bouras said in the press release. “Brad Johnson gave me some tips early on to get the job done and good things will follow…Brad’s shoes are big to fill, and our team and I are here to do the work that will make even more good things happen. things.”

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