CULAC Confirms 26 New CU Leaders to Serve on Board of Trustees

December 18, 2020

December 18, 2020
Washington, DC

Lauren Williams
CUNA Communications


The Credit Union Legislative Action Council (CULAC) executive committee today confirmed League nominations to serve on the CULAC Board of Trustees. The board serves as the governing body for CULAC and includes a representative from all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

“Congratulations to our newly confirmed members of the Board of Trustees,” said Trey Hawkins, CUNA Deputy Chief Advocacy Officer for Political Action. “It is an honor to have trustees from all 50 states working with us to ensure credit unions are strongly represented in Congress.”

The trustees will serve two-year terms, 2021-2022, and will join 23 other CULAC Trustees currently serving in the middle of their terms.

The confirmed Trustees include:

  • Brad Green, Listerhill Credit Union (AL)
  • Dan McCue, Alaska USA FCU (AK)
  • Jay Curtis, First CU (AZ)
  • Skeeter Brosius, Arkansas Credit Union Association (AR)
  • Arick Williams, Columbine FCU (CO)
  • Dean Marchessault, American Eagle FCU (CT)
  • Marian Holmes, Community 1st CU (IA)
  • Jacob Darabos, Abound CU (KY)
  • Lawoka Bolden, First Pioneers FCU (LA)
  • Patty Campbell, Christian Financial CU (MI)
  • Vernon Clevenger, Ferguson FCU (MS)
  • Eddie Black, Vocal CU (MT)
  • Jim Cada, Peoples Choice CU (NE)
  • Tom O’Shea, Aspire FCU (NJ)
  • Linda Armyn, Bethpage FCU (NY)
  • Chris Angel, Mountain CU (NC)
  • Paul Brucker, Railway CU (ND)
  • Dave Wilde, Sun Federal CU (OH)
  • Stephen Lark, Communications FCU (OK)
  • Stacie Wyss-Schoenborn, Central Willamette Community CU (OR)
  • Ron Celaschi, Clearview FCU (PA)
  • Jessica Baker, Spero Financial (SC)
  • Trena Anderson, Deseret First FCU (UT)
  • Paul Muse, 1st Advantage FCU (VA)
  • Christopher Bradberry, Fibre CU (WA)
  • Lori Horstman, Altra FCU (WI)

In the 2020 general election, 387 CULAC-backed candidates won elections to Congress, marking a 96% success rate for the organization’s election efforts.



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