Dan Myers

c. myers

Vice President

Dan joined c. myers in 2009 to launch our Process Improvement and Project Management Services, bringing more than 20 years of management experience which included responsibility for over 300 employees, a budget of more than $35 million, and over one million square feet of facilities.

 

Dan’s success as a leader was driven by his ability to focus his various departments on constant process improvement. He developed and implemented an effective process to manage portfolios of projects to help ensure his company’s financial and human resources were aligned with strategy and allocated appropriately. The constant process improvement and successful project portfolio management drove increases in revenue while containing expenses.

 

Since joining c. myers, Dan has worked with scores of credit unions helping them to develop quick and efficient processes, as well as organize and manage portfolios of projects to maintain relevancy, keep costs down, and create more rewarding member and employee experiences. Credit unions that have benefited from Dan’s expertise have ranged from $90 million to over $5 billion in assets.

 

Dan and his wife Kelly volunteer 15-20 hours a month visiting individuals in assisted living facilities, taking them to lunch, the library, and running basic errands. In his spare time, Dan enjoys camping, hiking, playing board games, and pulling practical jokes on his family, including his office family. Dan is known to project manage himself, such as training for a 45-mile rim-to-rim hike of the Grand Canyon. When he was younger, he held a statewide record in his weight class for deadlifting roughly the weight of the back end of a Volkswagen.