Chaz Rzewnicki, President/CEO

Chaz Rzewnicki

With 20+ years of diversified credit union experience, spanning across the areas of Sales, Service, Lending, Collections, Operations, Compliance, Branch and Call Center Administration, Rzewnicki most recently served in the role of Vice President of Member Services for Dover Federal before being appointed to CEO in 2016.

As a true credit union advocate, Chaz Rzewnicki began his credit union career at age 16, through his high school co-op program. By the age of 19, he was promoted to the position of Assistant Branch Manager and has continued to evolve as a strategic and demonstrated successful credit union leader. Rzewnicki implores that the credit union philosophy of “People Helping People” is not only what guides his professional life but also his personal life. As CEO, he influences the growth of Dover Federal, prepares for the evolvement of the financial industry as well as continually seek to improve our members’ experience and drive inclusions in all areas.

Rzewnicki obtained his bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Baker College and earned his Master’s Degree in Strategic Leadership from Central Michigan University. Rzewnicki is a Certified Chief Executive, a Credit Union Executive Society designation, and sits on the boards of the Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce as Vice Chair of Community Affairs, Cooperative Credit Union Association, Greater Kent Committee, Delaware Racial Justice Collective and 300Church.

 

Travis Frey, Chief Innovation Officer

Travis Frey

As CIO, Travis Frey is instrumental in leveraging the right technology solutions that will improve the member experience, while reducing operating expenses and delivering solutions that will align and enable strategic growth and efficiency.

Mr. Frey’s proficiency as CIO is exemplified in his experience working on various Credit Union systems, Window servers, various ATMS as well as with branch transformation technology. CIO Frey has executed core conversions, managed the infrastructure transformation for successful credit union mergers, and has led product and service conversions for the Credit Union.  In addition, Frey has earned certifications on Disaster Recovery, Jack Henry Symitar programming, and Network Security. His passion and commitment to members are reflective in his dedication to leverage technology that allows the member to have more secure control in a digital environment, while incorporating the personal element, in order to empower the member experience and the Credit Union Staff.

Frey serves on the Joint Economic Task Force for the Milford Chamber of Commerce and volunteers time whenever possible in the Milford and Dover areas.

Donna Kiscaden, Chief Financial & Risk Officer

Donna Kiscaden

Donna Kiscaden is a very experienced credit union executive with more than 30 years of experience in the financial services industry. As the Chief Financial and Risk Officer, Donna is instrumental in managing Dover Federal’s assets by mitigating risk, reducing costs, and increasing earnings, which helps the institution become more efficient every day. Donna is also very committed to the community, and her passion is reflected through the time and resources that she donates to various organizations. As a tenured member of the Central Delaware Habitat for Humanity board, Donna currently serves as the President of the Board.

 

 

If you would like to contact our Executive Team, please send an email to exec@doverfcu.com.


Chaz Rzewnicki, President/CEO

Chaz Rzewnicki

With 20+ years of diversified credit union experience, spanning across the areas of Sales, Service, Lending, Collections, Operations, Compliance, Branch and Call Center Administration, Rzewnicki most recently served in the role of Vice President of Member Services for Dover Federal before being appointed to CEO in 2016.

As a true credit union advocate, Chaz Rzewnicki began his credit union career at age 16, through his high school co-op program. By the age of 19, he was promoted to the position of Assistant Branch Manager and has continued to evolve as a strategic and demonstrated successful credit union leader. Rzewnicki implores that the credit union philosophy of “People Helping People” is not only what guides his professional life but also his personal life. As CEO, he influences the growth of Dover Federal, prepares for the evolvement of the financial industry as well as continually seek to improve our members’ experience and drive inclusions in all areas.

Rzewnicki obtained his bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Baker College and earned his Master’s Degree in Strategic Leadership from Central Michigan University. Rzewnicki is a Certified Chief Executive, a Credit Union Executive Society designation, and sits on the boards of the Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce as Vice Chair of Community Affairs, Cooperative Credit Union Association, Greater Kent Committee, Delaware Racial Justice Collective and 300Church.

Travis Frey, Chief Innovation Officer

Travis Frey

As CIO, Travis Frey is instrumental in leveraging the right technology solutions that will improve the member experience, while reducing operating expenses and delivering solutions that will align and enable strategic growth and efficiency.

Mr. Frey’s proficiency as CIO is exemplified in his experience working on various Credit Union systems, Window servers, various ATMS as well as with branch transformation technology. CIO Frey has executed core conversions, managed the infrastructure transformation for successful credit union mergers, and has led product and service conversions for the Credit Union.  In addition, Frey has earned certifications on Disaster Recovery, Jack Henry Symitar programming, and Network Security. His passion and commitment to members are reflective in his dedication to leverage technology that allows the member to have more secure control in a digital environment, while incorporating the personal element, in order to empower the member experience and the Credit Union Staff.

Frey serves on the Joint Economic Task Force for the Milford Chamber of Commerce and volunteers time whenever possible in the Milford and Dover areas.

Donna Kiscaden, Chief Financial & Risk Officer

Donna Kiscaden

Donna Kiscaden is a very experienced credit union executive with more than 30 years of experience in the financial services industry. As the Chief Financial and Risk Officer, Donna is instrumental in managing Dover Federal’s assets by mitigating risk, reducing costs, and increasing earnings, which helps the institution become more efficient every day. Donna is also very committed to the community, and her passion is reflected through the time and resources that she donates to various organizations. As a tenured member of the Central Delaware Habitat for Humanity board, Donna currently serves as the President of the Board.

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Board of Directors

The elected Board of Directors represent all credit union members to maintain fiscal safety and soundness, set strategic direction, ensure regulatory compliance, hire the CEO, establish CEO goals and objectives, and oversee CEO performance.  If you have any questions for the Board of Directors, please send an email to board@doverfcu.com.

Chair
Cory Thomas

1st Vice Chair
Jeannette Schuler
2nd Vice Chair
Mark Heck

Treasurer
Paul Hyland

Secretary
Lonnie Dye 

Directors
Kathleen Adams
Russell McCready
Michelle Mack-Williams

Associate Directors
Holly Conley


 

Supervisory Committee

The Dover Federal Credit Union Supervisory Committee is composed of member-owners appointed by the Board of Directors. Its primary function is to act as the audit committee of the Credit Union, ensuring that it is soundly managed and that member assets are safeguarded. The Committee also serves as a direct resource for reviewing and resolving member complaints that cannot be resolved through normal channels. 

We encourage communication to our Board of Directors and Supervisory Committees to be sent using our secure CONTACT FORM or call 302-678-8000 ext. 3044. Emails sent to our Board of Directors/Supervisory Committee at supervisorycommittee@doverfcu.com SHOULD NOT CONTAIN account numbers, member numbers, card numbers, Social Security Numbers, or any other personal confidential information.



Chair
John Van Tine

Members
Denise Freeman
Rachel Bowden
Kim Warfield-Walker