Dykstra takes over the role from retiring president Dr. James D. Likens, who served the school for 44 years. Dr. Michael Steinberger was named the new Dean of Academics.
Can a credit union call its board of directors a “board of trustees?” Washington’s Department of Financial Institutions weighs in. Also in today’s Anthem: Legal Briefs, and the Question of the Week: “Can a state-chartered credit union expel a member?”
Passionate about the People Helping People philosophy? Four seats are open on the Northwest Credit Union Foundation Board of Trustees. The board helps to manage the Foundation’s budget, direction and policy. Three seats are scheduled for election, and a fourth seat is available for appointment by the board.
OSU Federal’s CULAC success story was celebrated in the national spotlight as the CULAC trustees met in Washington this week. The federal political action committee’s primary mission is to elect and retain candidates who are credit union supporters.
The NWCUF is seeking three candidates dedicated to the Foundation’s mission and objectives to serve on its board of trustees. The new trustees will fill board seats based on asset size, with an application deadline of Nov. 19, 2012.
The Northwest Credit Union Foundation, formed on Jan. 1 through the merger of the Oregon and Washington Foundations, seated its board of directors Tuesday and unveiled its new brand Wednesday.
The results of the election for the Northwest Credit Union Foundation board of trustees have been certified, and the incoming trustees will be seated at the next board meeting on Oct. 2, 2012.
2012 has been a year of growth and change for the Northwest Credit Union Foundation—and it’s far from over. As the organization continues to press forward with new initiatives and a new look, here is an update on all the progress and all the plans.
The Northwest Credit Union Foundation is seeking candidates interested in helping carry out its mission to serve as elected members of the Foundation’s board of trustees. Those interested must submit a written declaration of candidacy by Monday, June 18.
WSECU’s Kevin Foster-Keddie was recently named to the Western CUNA Management School Board of Trustees, joining Rogue’s Gene Pelham and NWCUA President Troy Stang as regional representatives on the board.