The credit union’s board of directors has selected current EVP and COO Brenda Worrell to succeed Oram. She’ll take the reins of the organization on Jan. 1, 2023.
In a recent interview with Anthem, Stephenson comments on his career journey and vision for the future.
Morrell sheds light on several national priorities including DEI, Ukraine relief, and more.
OBI is considered the most effective statewide business advocacy group in Oregon.
In an interview with CreditUnions.com, Oram shares his philosophy on innovation and growth: “Never take your foot off the pedal.”
Morrell fills the District 6 seat representing credit unions in several western states with fewer than 57,000 members
Anderson will end his 32-year career with the Bend, Oregon-based credit union next January.
Pelham has graced the Credit Union Movement with decades of leadership.
NWCUA Board Chair Jeff Adams on “Shining an Even a Brighter Light on Credit Unions: Elevating the Association Model”
Chair Adams pens a thought-leadership article highlighting how the combination of NWCUA and the Mountain West Credit Union Association will elevate credit unions’ impact.
Following an impressive 44-year credit union career, Morrison will hand the reins to Susan Webster on May 1.
MWCUA Board Chair Todd Marksberry pens a thought-leadership piece that sheds light on the potential ways a combination of MWCUA and NWCUA would amplify credit unions’ impact and drive growth.
Erickson steps into the remainder of Kent Oram’s three-year term, which ends in October.
By serving on NWCUA committees or task forces in 2022, they will have a direct impact on the innovative products credit unions offer, advancing advocacy priorities, and more.
Both Justin Martin and Matt Stephenson bring extensive financial background and executive leadership to their new roles.
Sargent was an innovation pioneer and an early champion of Credit Unions for Kids.
Carpenter’s deep knowledge of Northwest demographics and extensive experience in the nonprofit sector complement the Foundation’s work.
For over four decades, her passion for developing and retaining talent have helped drive ICCU’s success.
Making members’ lives better has been Morrison’s mission for more than four decades.