BIRMINGHAM, Ala., and TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (5/12/14)--Five credit union leaders have been elected to the League of Southeastern Credit Unions (LSCU) board of directors, the league announced last week.
Three new board members and two incumbents were selected to round out the 16-member body, which draws from both Alabama and Florida.
The incumbents are Tina Williams, CEO, Mobile (Ala.) Educators CU, with $74 million in assets, and current vice chairwoman; and Mary Ott Wood, CEO, Florida West Coast CU, Brandon, Fla., with $83 million in assets, and current board chair.
Williams and Wood will be joined by Brad Green, CEO, Listerhill CU, Muscle Shoals, Ala., with $629 million in assets; Jerry Bolduc, CEO, Monroe County Teachers FCU, Key West, Fla., with $21 million in assets; and Caryl Greene, CEO, MembersFirst CU of Florida, Pensacola, with $159 million in assets.
Both Green and Greene each have served as directors of LEVERAGE, the league's service corporation, for several years. Bolduc will only serve a two-year term on the league board as he will replace Leianne Harden, CEO, Florida Customs FCU, Tampa, Fla., with $9.2 million in assets, who stepped down halfway through her term.
The nomination and election process unfolded in May. All five will officially begin their terms following the league's annual business meeting in June.