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CUCollaborate Hires Chris Tissue as Chief Operating Officer

By Press Release - October 16, 2019

Immediate Release

Chris Tissue will join CUCollaborate to manage day to day operations with over 11 years in consulting experience.

WASHINGTON D.C. October 16, 2019: CUCollaborate is excited to have Chris Tissue join its team as the Chief Operating Officer in October. Chris has previous credit union consulting experience from Callahan & Associates, where he worked as an Analyst. Chris will help improve our consulting capabilities and practice to provide better service to our clients. Chris will be an integral team member focused on helping CUCollaborate grow efficiently.

Chris has more than 11 years of experience in consulting with a focus on data analytics, managerial cost accounting, workload modeling, performance and financial management. Before joining CUCollaborate, Chris helped clients develop and mature analytical capabilities to inform strategic business decisions at Grant Thornton, Deloitte and Callahan & Associates. “After almost a decade in Management Consulting, I couldn't be more excited to come back to the Credit Union industry. I strongly believe in the cooperative business model. I'm passionate about being part of a company that is using analytics and innovation to advance the collaborative spirit of Credit Unions." said Tissue.

“I worked with Chris at Callahan & Associates where he developed a deep knowledge of the Credit Union industry. He will be a huge asset to the team as we grow. We are excited to leverage the financial and operational expertise that Chris developed at Deloitte and Grant Thorton with our credit union clients” said Sam Brownell, CEO & Founder of CUCollaborate.

CUCollaborate has been growing substantially in 2019 and Chris will manage that growth. As the company continues to hire new talent and introduce new products, Tissue will manage the company’s budgets as well as the staff focused on CUCollaborate’s field of membership consulting.

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