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Updated: June 20, 2024

2 leaders at Maine Savings FCU take on new roles

Maine Savings Federal Credit Union has promoted David Sayers to chief strategy officer and Erin Campbell to chief financial officer.

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Photo / Courtesy, Maine Savings Federal Credit Union
David Sayers

The changes take effect on July 1. 

Sayers has served as the chief financial officer for the past 15 years and has been with Maine Savings for over 17 years.

His new role will focus on ensuring the credit union remains at the forefront of strategic initiatives to meet its members' evolving demands. In addition to his new responsibilities, Sayers will continue to oversee the facilities department.

Prior to joining Maine Savings in 2007, he spent seven years as president and CEO at Casco Federal Credit Union. During that time, he also served as chairman, treasurer and a director of CUSO Mortgage Corp., and as a director of the Maine Credit Union League & Synergent Corp.

Earlier, Sayers spent 17 years working in various retail positions with regional and national commercial banks.

He received his bachelor's degree in business management from Thomas College and is a graduate of the National School of Banking. 

"I am deeply passionate about our mission to enhance the financial well-being of our members," Sayers told Mainebiz. "This passion, combined with my experience, makes me eager to take on this new, expanded role and contribute holistically to Maine Savings' continued growth."  

Photo / Courtesy, Maine Savings Federal Credit Union
Erin Campbell

Erin Campbell joined Maine Savings last October as the senior vice president of finance and accounting, a newly created position.

She brings eight years of experience in finance and accounting and has held various positions, including CFO of Brewer Federal Credit Union and the CFO at Maine State Credit Union.

Prior to joining the credit union industry, she began her career specializing in auditing financial institutions and nonprofit organizations. 

“I am very grateful to have been welcomed so warmly into the Maine Savings family," Campbell told Mainebiz. "I found an organization that truly believes in supporting the communities in which we operate and bettering the financial lives of our members.

"As CFO, it will be my privilege to ensure the credit union remains financially sound in order to support these priorities.

"I am excited for the new path that Vanessa is forging for the credit union, and I believe that Dave, in the CSO role, will be instrumental in pushing Maine Savings forward.”

The Sidney resident received her bachelor’s degree in accounting and her MBA from Thomas College. She is a certified public accountant and certified fraud examiner.

Maine Savings FCU was founded in 1961. It has more than 35,000 members, 140 employees and branches in Bangor, Bar Harbor, Brewer, Corinth, Ellsworth, Hampden, Milo, North Vassalboro, Old Town and Portland. 

Maine Savings FCU was ranked No. 2 among the largest Maine-based credit unions in the 2024 Mainebiz Book of Lists, based on $697.1 million in assets as of Sept. 30, 2023.

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