NASHVILLE, Tenn. (9/12/14)--Three new members started terms and officers were named to the National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors (NASCUS) board this week at the 2014 NASCUS annual meeting on Sept. 10 in Nashville, Tenn.
Stephen S. Pleger, senior deputy commissioner for the Georgia Department of Banking and Finance, was elected chair of the board of directors; Mary Ellen O'Neill, director of the Financial Institution Division of the Connecticut Department of Banking, was voted to be chair; and Jay Bienvenu, deputy commissioner of Financial Institution Supervision with the Massachusetts Division of Banks, was elected secretary/treasurer.
The three state regulators beginning their new terms were previously appointed to terms on the board, however they were recently elected outright to serve full three-year terms, which end in 2017.
The board members include:
The remaining board members are John Fields, deputy chief examiner for the Louisiana Office of Financial Institutions; Linda K. Jekel, director of the Washington Department of Financial Institutions Division of Credit Unions; and Werner Paul, deputy commissioner for the Virginia Bureau of Financial Institutions.
Two state credit union CEOs began terms on the NASCUS Credit Union Advisory Council this week as well.
Linda Childs, TNConnect CU, Knoxville, Tenn., with $48 million in assets, will continue representing District 2 during a new three-year term that expires in 2017.
In District 3, Jason Boesch, Energize CU, Oklahoma City, with $27 million in assets, also will continue to serve as a director for an additional three-year term.
The executive council also appointed its officers: