Expanding his ability to serve veterans (The Hill, December, 4, 2018)
Tuesday, December 4, 2018
Anthony Hernandez held multiple finance-related positions during his time in the Air Force, eventually becoming known as “Money Hernandez.”
Now, he leads a trade association that represents credit unions serving military members and their families.
Hernandez, 50, joined the Defense Credit Union Council (DCUC) as its chief operating officer in 2016, just days after relinquishing his military command, retiring as a colonel, and became the group’s president and chief executive officer in August of last year.
“We’ve made a lot of changes in my short time here,” Hernandez said in an interview at DCUC’s office in downtown Washington. “Changed our logo, changed our website, moved to this new facility, started streamlining a lot of the things that we’re doing now, and working on a bunch of different things we haven’t really done in the past before.”
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