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CU Strategic Planning Appoints Augustine As President
TACOMA, Wash. (6/21/13)--CU Strategic Planning, a Community Development Financial Institutions grant writing firm, has named Stacy Augustine as the company's new president.

Augustine, who was formerly general counsel at the Northwest Credit Union Association until joining CU Strategic Planning in early 2012, started her new leadership role June 3. She will transition to CEO in 2014.

Augustine's primary responsibilities will include coaching and guiding CU Strategic Planning's staff, along with strategic and financial management. She will oversee daily operations, implement new products, and pursue new prospects in the grant writing space for credit unions.

Her goals are twofold: (1) Continue to build on the strength and capability of the organization, and (2) attract and retain staff that are the best in their fields.

"CU Strategic Planning has undergone tremendous growth over the past five years as it has developed depth and expertise in several core areas," Augustine said. She noted that the company will make sure it can sustain growth.

Prior to joining CU Strategic Planning, Augustine served as NWCUA senior vice president and general counsel, where she managed the association's government relations, compliance, communications, public relations and strategic planning functions for nearly 20 years.


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