News Release: ProFed Federal Credit Union’s Todd Roach receives Emerging Leadership Award

by League Communications | Nov 01, 2023

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Photo: Todd Roach of ProFed FCU accepts his award from League
Chairwoman Karen Madry of Afena FCU.

INDIANAPOLIS – Todd Roach, VP/Controller at ProFed Federal Credit Union (ProFed FCU) in Fort Wayne is a recipient of the 2023 Emerging Leadership Award from the Indiana Credit Union League.

Roach came to the credit union in 2012 as a part-time accounting assistant while completing his undergrad degree. He was promoted several times over a 10-year period and is currently Vice President/Controller. He received his MBA while working at the credit union, and he has also earned several important designations. He was in the inaugural group that received the Certified Credit Union Investment Professional designation, and he is an Accredited ACH Professional, Accredited Payments Risk Professional, and Certified Credit Union Executive. His success and growth at ProFed FCU are evidence of his remarkable dedication, exceptional skills, and commitment to professional excellence.

The Emerging Leadership Award recognizes the next generation of credit union leaders in Indiana for their accomplishments and for the potential to be an Indiana credit union leader in the future. Roach was recognized on October 27, during the Credit Union Awards Celebration, a special event during the Indiana Credit Union League’s annual convention.

The Indiana Credit Union League is the statewide trade association for credit unions in Indiana. Those credit unions serve more than 2.8 million Hoosiers.