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AFFN Names New VP of Member Engagement

Sunday, August 18, 2019  
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SAINT PETERSBURG, FLORIDA (19 August 2019) —The Armed Forces Financial Network (AFFN) announced that Scott Duszynski will serve as the organization’s new Vice President of Member Engagement.

“AFFN is excited to welcome Scott to the team!  With nearly a quarter of a century of service to a DCUC credit union, the credit union movement, and more importantly, to military and civilian members worldwide, Scott understands, respects, and embraces our culture and our mission,” said John Broda, AFFN President & CEO.

Duszynski built his career – from Teller to President & CEO – at Keys Federal Credit Union in Key West, Florida. After leadership roles in marketing, information technology, strategic analysis, and finance, he capped off his legacy at Keys FCU by serving as President & CEO for seven years.

Throughout his career, Duszynski has also been an active volunteer, instilled in him by his sense of purpose and community spirit, complementing AFFN’s commitment of giving back to the U.S. military, defense, and civilian communities it has served for 30 years.

“I am thrilled to begin this new career chapter with AFFN,” Duszynski said.  “My experience in the day-to-day operations of the credit union world paired with my commitment to the military community makes this a very exciting opportunity.  I look forward to utilizing my credit union experience and vast military community service to further AFFN’s best-in-class service to our military and civilian members worldwide.”

About AFFN
The Armed Forces Financial Network (AFFN) was founded in 1985 at the request of the U.S. Army in support of the Surepay direct deposit system to provide U.S. military personnel (active, reserve, dependents and retired) with access to their funds through ATM and point-of-sale (POS) terminals at or near U.S. military bases worldwide. AFFN is co-owned by the Defense Credit Union Council (DCUC) and the Association of Military Banks of America (AMBA).  To learn more about AFFN, please visit

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