Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council

The purpose of the Council is to promote communication between the Chicago Fed and representatives from community depository institutions, including banks, thrifts and credit unions in the Seventh District.

Last Updated: 02/08/19

Meetings

Council members serve staggered terms lasting up to three years and meet twice annually to provide their views on current business conditions to Chicago Fed President Charles Evans and other senior officials of the Bank. Input from Council members on regional banking conditions helps contribute to the Federal Reserve System's formulation of national supervisory and monetary policy.

Council Members

Robert B. Atwell
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Nicolet Bankshares, Inc.
Green Bay, WI

Amy Baker
President and Chief Executive Officer
Citizens State Bank
Lena, IL

Mary Kay Bates
President and Chief Executive Officer
Bank Midwest
Spirit Lake, IA

April M. Clobes
President and Chief Executive Officer
Michigan State University Federal Credit Union
East Lansing, MI

Van A. Dukeman
President and Chief Executive Officer
First Busey Corporation
Champaign, IL

Robert A. Falk
President and Chief Executive Officer
Purdue Federal Credit Union
West Lafayette, IN

Charles N. Funk
President and Chief Executive Officer
MidwestOne Financial Group, Inc.
Iowa City, IA

Douglas S. Gordon
President and Chief Executive Officer
Waterstone Bank
Wauwatosa, WI

Tony S. Kaska
President and Chief Executive Officer
Midwest Heritage Bank
West Des Moines, IA

Kenneth Kelly
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
First Independence Bank
Detroit, MI

Kent Liechty
President and Chief Executive Officer
First Bank of Berne
Berne, IN

Alberto Paracchini
President and Chief Executive Officer
Byline Bank
Chicago, IL

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