In 2009, Gary Lee began his career at MDT as one of our Client Service Representatives. He has held several positions since then – all interfacing with MDT’s clients – past, present and future. Today, Gary holds the position of Chief Client Officer.
As CCO, Gary assumes client responsibility “from cradle to grave” so, in addition to overseeing Client Relations and Client Service, he also oversees Sales and Marketing & Communications. He and his teams strive to offer “best fit” solutions to the MDT clients as well as ongoing, immediate issue resolution with high touch service. His teams work tirelessly to provide information to and advocacy for our credit unions and are dedicated to both the personal and professional relationships between MDT and our credit unions.
Since his youth, Gary has lived by the “work hard, play hard” philosophy. When not working hard, he is consumed with wanderlust and believes that travel, in general, keeps the soul young and the mind sharp. He most appreciates any coastal travel destination, especially during the summer months. When he comes across a “historic town that embodies original footings and architecture” and it just happens to be on the coast, Gary will smile from ear to ear as he basks in his perfect vacation.
We’ve seen evidence at MDT that indicates Gary is very competitive so, not surprisingly, he loves sports – both playing and watching. The NCAA basketball tourney, NBA Playoffs, Super Bowl, and Fantasy Football can keep him riveted for hours, reducing him to a glazed state of rapture. His latest interest in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) creates a crazy euphoria of sorts for Gary. Look up “euphoria” in the dictionary and you will see that one of its synonyms is glee… (email@example.com…. Just sayin’…)
This self-proclaimed foodie who says that “basically any red meat will get the job done” has an amazing wife who “puts up with plenty” and a recently added little gem of a son. The family of three share their home with two Labrador Retrievers, Petey and Mellie. In reality, they are more of a “pack,” with three who slobber… well, maybe four who slobber…