Leadership Team | Elements Financial

Leadership Team

Lisa Schlehuber
Serves as CEO of Elements Financial Federal Credit Union, and has been in this position since January 2005. Prior to assuming this role, Ms. Schlehuber was a member of the Elements Financial Board of Directors from August 2002 to December 2004.

Ms. Schlehuber's educational and work experience is in economics and finance. She previously held management positions in both finance and human resources for Eli Lilly and Company, Caterpillar Inc., and Arthur Andersen & Co.

Ms. Schlehuber holds a B.A. in Business Economics from DePauw University.

Mark Saltsgaver
Serves as Chairman for the Elements Financial Board of Directors and was appointed to this role in February 2008. Mr. Saltsgaver has served in numerous capacities on the board since 2005. Mr. Saltsgaver has worked for Eli Lilly and Company since 1990 and has held management positions in both finance and engineering.

Mr. Saltsgaver holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and a Masters in Business Administration from Purdue University.


Board of Directors

One of the trademarks of a credit union is a volunteer board of directors. Board members at a bank are paid. Our volunteers contribute skills from their business backgrounds and life experiences as they guide the long-term strategy of the credit union.

Mark Saltsgaver, Board Chair
Nathan Lewis, Vice Chair
Don Zakrowski, Secretary
John Huesing, Treasurer
Kathleen DeLaney
Jeremy Fitch
Kay Jackson
Michael F. Johnson
Dennis Trinkle

Click here for information on joining the Board of Directors.


Supervisory Committee

This group works with the Board and Senior Management to ensure that member assets are safeguarded and financial reporting objectives are met. To do so, the Supervisory Committee oversees the internal audit program and enlists an external auditor to review the credit unions books and records annually. They also interact with regulatory examiners, as needed. Committee members meet at least quarterly; regularly attend Board meetings; and consult with Senior Management.

A credit union member or employee can report any concern regarding financial or other matters to a member of the Supervisory Committee.

Andrew Laux, Committee Chair: (317) 655-9880
Amy Treida: (317) 277-8668
Benjamin Denlinger: (317) 433-4891
Jeff Draper: (317) 433-4480
Kecia Baker: (317) 651-4373