Amy Sink, Chief Executive Officer, Interra Credit Union

Amy Sink serves as the CEO at Interra Credit Union, Goshen, Indiana, a position she has held since November, 2013. With more than 26 years of experience in the credit union industry, she was most recently senior vice president and chief financial officer at Teachers Credit Union, South Bend. In her capacity there, she managed four divisions: finance/accounting, information technology, operations and human resources.

Sink has a long history of credit union industry engagement and collaboration. She served on the ALM advisory board for Sendero, a Fiserv company. She was a board member and was instrumental in the development of the Purchase One card, which has returned more than $5 million back to participating credit unions. Sink is involved with Members Development Corporation, and Callahan & Associates. She has participated in the Bear Stearns Leadership Roundtable and has been involved with Cardwell Leadership programs.

When the recent recession negatively impacted the former Members United Corporate Federal Credit Union, Sink served as vice chair of the bridge board and was instrumental in securing the capital necessary to remain viable and to help organize what is now Alloya Corporate Federal Credit Union. Since its inception in 2010, she has chaired the board of directors and was recently reelected to a second three-year term on the board.

Sink received her bachelor’s degree in finance and communications from Indiana University-Bloomington and holds a master’s degree from The University of Notre Dame. In addition, she has completed a variety of professional development programs, including the Advanced Leadership Institute at the Harvard Executive MBA School.

Active in her community, Sink has served in leadership roles for many community and service organizations, including the Family and Children’s Center, YWCA/YMCA, South Bend Community Schools, Marion School Board, South Bend/Mishawaka Chamber Leadership program board and more.

Interra was founded in Goshen in 1932 and currently has assets of more than $650 million. The credit union serves more than 53,000 members from 11 offices located in North Central Indiana. A new office in Shipshewana is currently under construction.

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