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CUES Michigan Council strives to help all credit union leaders achieve their greatest potential to strengthen credit unions and improve the financial lives of credit union members. Would you like to join our team?


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CUES Michigan Council

Michele Wollard                                                                                                 

Phone: 800.287.0046 x 1001
Email: wollardm@communityalliancecu.org
Address: 39500 High Pointe Blvd. | Suite 200 Novi | MI 48375

Patty Campbell

Phone: 586.498.1584
Email: pcampbell@cfcumail.org

Address: 18441 Utica Rd. | Roseville, MI 48066

  • Patty Campbell
  • Dan Davidson
  • Peg Lamb
  • Janet Thompson

CUES Michigan 

  • Mark Cramer
  • Andy Kempf
  • Jane Kile
  • Steve Owens
  • Michele Wollard

Contact Us Today: 800.287.0046 x 1001

About CUES

CUES was founded in 1962 on the firmly held principle of “cooperation among cooperatives” not only for credit unions but also for CU managers. Since our start, we’ve grown into an organization dedicated to providing credit union professionals, directors, and suppliers the resources they need to reach their greatest potential. Our passion is being the trusted, single source for our members’ professional development needs.

More than experiences, we create powerful relationships. From our small, yet mighty, staff to an expansive leadership network, we facilitate connections that provide invaluable support throughout our members’ leadership journey.

Take a look at our many membership options, and join CUES today. You'll quickly discover avenues to professional development, bringing financial growth and success to your institution, and making the credit union movement even stronger.

CUES Michigan CouncilBoard of Directors

CUES Michigan Scholarship Applications

Applicants for the Dorothy Nouhan Humanitarian Award must be full-time high school or college students with a GPA of 3.0 or higher and are evaluated with equal emphasis on academic achievement, community service and essay content. This year’s essays must focus on one of two themes: “How can credit unions become more relevant in the eyes of the younger generation?” or “If you could create one product or service to serve the underserved or underbanked, what would it be and why?”


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