Feb 28, 2020

MHV announced the hiring of Michael Mattone as Vice President, Community Impact.

This past September, MHV received approval from the National Credit Union Administration to expand into the New York counties of Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, and Sullivan. As a member of MHV’s Senior Management team, Mattone will spearhead the credit union’s expansion efforts.

"MHV is eager to bring our financial education resources, services, and products to the communities within our newly expanded charter,” says Wayne Winker, President and CEO of MHV, “and we're very excited that Mike has joined us to lead that initiative."
 
Mattone joins MHV from a local financial institution where he was responsible for managing Marketing, Business Development, PR, Government Affairs, and the Member Services Department. As a resident of Westchester County, Mattone is driven by a genuine passion for the community and views his role at MHV as the credit union’s commitment to growing in the new region.
 
“MHV’s mission to guide people on their financial journeys is exemplified through our financial education, products, and services, and I am thrilled to have the chance to bring that mission to our new markets,” states Mattone.
 
In addition to his professional work experience, Mattone was a member of the New York Credit Union Association’s Young Professionals Commission for four years, serving as Chair from 2016 - 2018. He has his Bachelor's Degree in Management from Pace University and his Executive Master's Degree in Finance from Baruch College. He lives in Yorktown Heights, NY with his wife Joanna - a licensed nurse practitioner - his son J.R. and dog Elvis.

Michael Mattone


Photo: Michael Mattone, VP, Community Impact at Mid-Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union

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