About CDC Federal Credit Union
Our history, team, vision, values, and commitment to you
In 1949, with remnants of the Great Depression lingering in the minds of American workers, employees at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention needed a safe and reliable place to keep their money. CDC Federal Credit Union was chartered March 1, 1949, by a small group of employees from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Members would democratically run the credit union making it a financial institution for the people, by the people.
Today, CDC Federal Credit Union is a full-service financial institution serving those who live, work, worship, attend school or volunteer in portions of DeKalb, Fulton or Gwinnett Counties. In addition to serving the community and the employees of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, we are proud to serve the employees of organizations like Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, American Cancer Society, Whole Foods and over 100 more. Click here for a complete list of qualified organizations.
Commitment to Our Members
CDC Federal credit Union’s vision, mission and core values say a lot about our commitment to you. Our goal is to build a successful and lasting relationship with you.
A world where people’s relationship with their money empowers and enables them to achieve the quality of lifestyle they desire and deserve.
Building lifelong relationships one member at a time.
Our Core Values:
- Excellent Service
Meet the Team
Every member of the CDC Federal Credit Union team is committed to helping you achieve long-term financial health and the quality of lifestyle that you desire and deserve. The Management Team is the senior-most leadership, management and decision making body of CDC Federal Credit Union.
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer