Mark Caverly is President of Local Government Federal Credit Union.
Prior to serving in this capacity, Caverly held the position of LGFCU’s Executive Vice President from 2005-2018; Vice President, Finance from 2001–2005; and was financial analyst for the Credit Union from 1997–2001. Before joining LGFCU, he spent two years as a staff auditor for Arthur Andersen, Chicago.
Caverly oversees the operations of LGFCU, working to align the organization and its tactical plans with the Credit Union’s mission, “To improve the lives of our members.” Specifically, he is charged with oversight of Strategic Planning; Human Resources and Training & Development; and Legal, Compliance and Risk Management for LGFCU.
His professional affiliations include serving on the Board of Directors for the Carolinas Credit Union League, and he currently serves as the Board Chairman for the Carolinas Credit Union Foundation. He has also earned his Credit Union Development Educator (CUDE) certification from the National Credit Union Foundation.
Caverly has also had the distinct honor of testifying on behalf of the Credit Union National Association and the Electronic Payments Coalition before the House Financial Services Committee on H.R. 2382, the Credit Card Interchange Fees Act of 2009.
Caverly holds a Master of Business Administration from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, where he was recognized as a Fuqua Scholar, and received his bachelor’s degree in accounting from Indiana University.