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American 1 Credit Union is excited to announce the internal promotion of Dylan Savage to Chelsea Branch Manager.
Savage brings extensive financial industry knowledge to his new role as the Chelsea Branch Manager. At American 1, Savage started as an Operations Trainer, then moved into Member Service, then to his Assistant Branch Manager role at Home Office, and now landing as the Chelsea Branch Manager.
“I appreciate the culture and opportunities for growth at American 1, which have helped me get to where I am today,” said Savage. “It is amazing to be part of an institution committed to creating financial wellness in the communities we serve. Plus, our company core values of focus, engage, achieve, trustworthy, and humbly confident make American 1 a great place to work and grow your career.”
Savage received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Western Illinois University. He focused on Communication with a minor in Sociology.
“Dylan is a valuable asset on the American 1 team,” said Carolyn Duncan, Chief Member Experience Officer for American 1. “His dedication to the company, our members, and our team is apparent every day. It’s been an honor to witness Dylan’s growth at American 1, and I am excited to watch him take on this new challenge in our Chelsea community.”
Savage started in his new role at the Chelsea Branch in late January. At American 1, Branch Managers are responsible for quality member experiences and oversee day-to-day operations in their branch, including hiring and retention strategy, employee development, lending and product sales coaching, member growth, and expense control.
Established in 1950, American 1 Credit Union today serves over 62,000 members with branches in Jackson, Washtenaw, Hillsdale, Lenawee, and Wayne counties. American 1 is proud to serve the members of their communities by creating financial wellness through personal everyday banking.