FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 24, 2020
Credit Union National Association (CUNA) announced today election results for its Board of Directors Executive Committee Members. Troy Stang, President & CEO of the Northwest Credit Union Association (NWCUA), was elected as the CUNA Board Chairman. Stang will address the CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC) tomorrow for the first time as Board Chairman.
“Troy served the organization well during his tenure as the Vice Chairman of our CUNA board,” said Jim Nussle, CUNA President & CEO. “I want to welcome Troy to his new role. I know CUNA will benefit greatly from the experience and energy he will bring to the position. I also want to thank our outgoing Chairman Brett Martinez for his excellent leadership and contributions to the credit union movement.”
“I am honored to be elected as Chair of the CUNA Board of Directors, in service to the Movement,” Stang said. “The real tangible value not-for-profit, cooperative credit unions generate and deliver to diverse memberships and communities across our great nation is what makes these financial institutions so different. There is no other financial services model that is directly accountable to those it serves. I am committed to inspiring collaboration throughout the industry to ensure the cooperative charter credit unions operate under is advanced and protected.”
Board of Directors Executive Committee Members are:
The Executive Committee Members steer CUNA throughout the year. They are supported by Directors that represent the diversity of the credit union movement. The newly elected members will serve through the 2021 Annual General Meeting.
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