WASHINGTON (1/7/15)--Credit Union National Association President/CEO Jim Nussle announced Tuesday a reorganization of his senior leadership team to streamline and unite the association to better serve the needs and interests of credit unions.
Distinctions between internal departments and between CUNA's Washington and Madison offices have been replaced by a unified structure and team called 1CUNA. With common goals and priorities under the new umbrella structure of 1CUNA, there is one team focused on understanding and meeting the needs of credit unions so that they can better serve their members. The new structure will improve and streamline communication and collaboration throughout CUNA's staff.
"With this new structure we are moving forward with a strong and forceful agenda to advance our shared vision that Americans choose credit unions as their best financial partner," said Nussle. "CUNA will become even more responsive to the needs of our members. To do that, we'll continue to work on our three priorities: removing barriers, creating awareness and fostering service excellence for credit unions."
Under CUNA's new structure, Rich Meade will serve as chief operating officer and Jill Tomalin will serve as deputy chief operating officer. In addition, the following executives have been named to new positions: