FCCU promotes Josh Kline to Chief Financial Officer

    FORT ATKINSON, WI – Fort Community Credit Union (FCCU) is pleased to announce the promotion of Josh Kline to Chief Financial Officer.
    Kline’s history at FCCU is a textbook example of the infamous Drake lyric, “Started from the bottom, now we’re here.” In 2012, Kline was hired as a part-time teller at the FCCU Whitewater Branch and transitioned to Accounting Assistant in 2015.
    After receiving his Bachelor’s in Business Administration in Accounting from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater (UW-W) in 2016, Kline was hired full-time as an Accountant. After receiving his Master’s Degree in Finance from UW-W in 2019, Kline was promoted to the role of Controller.
    Earlier this year, Kline was once again promoted to Vice President of Accounting and Finance, and now, after 11 loyal years to the credit union, he has been promoted to Chief Financial Officer. “Josh has done an amazing job leading our accounting team and managing the investment portfolio. He is an integral part of our executive team,” said Sue Johnson, President and Chief Executive Officer at FCCU.
    Kline holds a Certified Credit Union Investments Professional (CCUIP) designation. Additionally, he is in year two of three of Credit Union National Association Management School where he will earn the Certified Credit Union Executive (CCUE) designation.
    Kline actively volunteers his time in the community, currently serving as the Treasurer of the Fort Atkinson Historical Society and United Way of Jefferson and North Walworth Counties, and previously serving as Treasurer for the South Central Chapter of Credit Unions.
    He and his wife, Sarah, live in Whitewater and welcomed their firstborn son into the world in early December, opening a whole new and exciting chapter of life ahead of them.