Dan Stoltz, President & CEO of SPIRE Credit Union, was recently appointed to the Board of Directors for Saint Paul’s Ordway Center for the Performing Arts. The Ordway has been telling stories for over 30 years, and believes that art is not exclusive, but belongs to everyone in the community.
Stoltz is admired among business professionals, community leaders, and employees alike. His personal philosophy that “life is about giving, not getting” is evident in all that he does. Stoltz’s accomplishments are amazing; his passion to be the best is insurmountable. He has won several significant leadership awards including the 2015 Professional of the Year by the credit union industry, 2016 Spurgeon Leadership Award from the Boy Scouts of America, and the 2017 Executive of the Year by DECA. Additionally, SPIRE has received many company awards and honors for social responsibility, ethical business conduct and community giveback, including the prestigious 2016-2017 Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Ethics. These awards embody what Stoltz is all about—integrity, ethical business conduct, and doing things right.
“We are excited that Dan is joining our Board,” says Jamie Grant, President and CEO of the Ordway, “He is an incredibly thoughtful and enthusiastic community leader who shares our belief in the power of the arts to bring people together. I cannot wait to work with him.”
“It is an honor to be working with passionate board members and an amazing professional staff to advance the mission of the Ordway,” says Dan Stoltz, President & CEO of SPIRE Credit Union, “The arts challenge us to view the world in new ways!”