InFirst Federal Credit Union Welcomes Mark Hudzik As New President/CEO
Christine Sparks, Communications
ALEXANDRIA, VA (02/03/2023) – InFirst Federal Credit Union (InFirst) announced that Mark Hudzik has been appointed as the new President and CEO of the credit union after Martha Wye’s retirement.
Mr. Hudzik has more than 25 years of experience working in the financial services industry. He has served in a senior management role in almost all aspects of the credit union industry, including operations, strategy, business development, business services, marketing, and member experience.
Mr. Hudzik’s passion lies in the mission of ‘Members First,’ recognizing that a member’s experience is the key to a credit union’s success. He believes in investing in and committing to the markets in which InFirst serves. Mr. Hudzik is excited to return as an active contributor to his former community of Roanoke Valley, as well as becoming strongly involved in all of the markets InFirst serves throughout VA, MD, and the D.C. area.
Mr. Hudzik holds a Master of Business Administration from Liberty University and a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Appalachian State University. He has also completed the UNC Kenan-Flager Business School Intentional Leadership Program and the Harvard Business School Authentic Leadership Development Program.
“I am excited to begin the next chapter of my career as the CEO of InFirst Federal Credit Union. I am thankful and humbled that the Board of Directors has entrusted me with this incredible opportunity. It is a privilege to follow in the footsteps and legacy of Marty Wye. I look forward to working with the InFirst team, getting to know its members, and investing in the communities in which we serve,” says Mark Hudzik, President and CEO of InFirst Federal Credit Union.
About InFirst Federal Credit Union
InFirst (infirstfcu.org) has spent 88 years dedicated to fulfilling the financial dreams of its members. The credit union serves more than 15,000 members who live, work, worship, or attend school in most of Botetourt, King George, Roanoke, Salem, and Vinton, VA, members of the InFirst Responders Foundation, Inc., many active and retired federal employees, Select Employee Groups (SEGs), as well as any immediate family members of an existing member. InFirst has almost $250 million in assets and eight branch locations throughout Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C.
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