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CUNA Brokerage awards 18 Women of Distinction
MADISON, Wis. (1/27/11)--CUNA Brokerage Services Inc. is honoring 18 financial advisers with Women of Distinction awards in recognition of their superior performance, value to their programs, exceptional client service and overall contribution to the financial services industry and CUNA Brokerage Services, Inc. Women of Distinction is an award recognizing the top performing female financial advisors within their broker/dealer operation nationally. Candidates are nominated by industry peers, and selections are based on the nominee’s annual performance and outlined contribution to their clientele, the credit unions they service, and the financial services industry. Recipients will participate in a national mentoring program for female advisers who are new to the industry or who wish to grow in their profession. A select group of award recipients will receive the President’s Select Women of Distinction honor--recognizing their leadership of and significant contributions to the Women of Distinction program, and its growing success, throughout 2010. 2010 President’s Select Award recipients are:
* Jane Brockway, University of Illinois Employees CU, Champaign, Ill.; * Wendy Cundari, North County CU, San Diego; * Ruby Evans, Chartway Investments & Ins., Virginia Beach, Va.; * Marcella Evans, Genisys CU, Pontiac, Mich.; and * Sophia Spencer, Red Canoe CU, Longview, Wash.
2010 Women of Distinction recipients are:
* Catherine Barnes, VyStar CU , Orange Park, Fla.; * Emmor Boslet, Belco Community CU, Camp Hill, Pa.; * Carol Diest, First Community FCU, Kalamazoo, Mich.; * Mary Finnegan-Ongaro, Members Cooperative CU, Duluth, Minn.; * Leigh Glover, Southeast Financial CU, Brentwood, Tenn.; * Anna Kamp, Anheuser-Busch Employees’ CU, St. Louis; * Jane Kilby, VyStar CU, Orange Park, Fla.; * Wendy Miletich, Wings Financial CU, Eagan, Minn.; * Stephanie Morales, Arizona Central CU, Phoenix; * Swan Shen, RTN FCU, Waltham, Mass.; * Cynthia Sforza, Schools First FCU, Huntington Beach, Calif.; * Suzi Williams, Yakima Valley CU, Yakima, Wash.; and * Gale Zumpano, Alabama CU, Tuscaloosa, Ala.


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