Fort Kent (March 28, 2018) – Acadia Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce that Nina Michaud has accepted the position of loan officer at their Fort Kent branch.
She stepped into her new role on March 1, after the retirement of long-time loan officer, Mary Ann Boucher.
Among Michaud’s duties will be to assist members with their consumer lending needs, while viewing, analyzing and approving both consumer and real estate loans. “I love building great relationships with our members,” said Michaud. “I have always wanted to grow my career with Acadia, while continuing to work directly with members, but in a more challenging role. It’s a great feeling to be able to directly impact our members in the way that I can as a loan officer.” Michaud began her career with Acadia at the St. Agatha branch in 2004. She began as a teller until being promoted to head teller in 2015.
“Nina has already proven to be a wonderful addition to our lending team,” said Michele Martin, loan manager for Acadia FCU. “She has assumed her new role incredibly well and is an exceptionally fast learner. We look forward to seeing her continue to grow her career with Acadia.”
A lifelong resident of Frenchville, Michaud shares her home with her four-legged family—a dog, Kuma, and cats Wewoo and Oliver. She enjoys the outdoors and spending time with family and friends, especially at her family camp on Long Lake.
About Acadia FCU
Acadia Federal Credit Union is a member-owned financial institution that’s been investing in local communities since 1952. Today, they have eight branches in Maine, located in Fort Kent, Madawaska, St. Francis, St. Agatha, Ashland, Bangor, and Brewer. Their membership is nearly 15,000 strong and assets total over $204 million. Staying true to their roots of service is deeply important to them, and they prioritize people over profits. They run their business around what they dub as their Holy Trinity: Members, Staff, and Community. Their mission statement today proudly states: Providing quality services, maintaining financial stability, and investing in our local communities. For more information, please visit www.acadiafcu.org.