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CUNA HRTD Council announces exec committee
MADISON, Wis. (4/13/09)--The CUNA HR/TD Council announced its executive committee and officers during the council’s 15th annual conference April 6-9 in Las Vegas. Jennifer Morse, vice president of human resources, training and development for Empower FCU in Syracuse, N.Y., moved from vice chair to chair. She replaces Kent Streuling, vice president of human resources for America First FCU in Riverdale, Utah, who reached the council’s term limit. Suzanne Oliver, senior vice president of educational services and chief learning officer for Mountain America FCU in West Jordan, Utah, was named the new vice chair. Diana Wozniak, human resource manager for Tampa Bay FCU in Tampa, Fla., is the new secretary/treasurer. One incumbent and one new face were elected to the executive committee. Oliver and newcomer Kathy Spahr, human resources, training and development director for EECU in Jackson, Mich., will both fill three-year terms. Rounding out the board are:
* Jennifer Godel, assistant vice president of human resources and training for Desert Schools FCU, Phoenix; * Michelle Greear, assistant vice president of training and career development for Technology CU, San Jose, Calif.; * Jeffrey Duke, leadership development consultant for BECU, Seattle; * Michael Nicholas, vice president of human resources for United FCU, Buchanan, Mich.; * Robert Davis, senior vice president of human resources for Vystar CU, Jacksonville, Fla.; and * Danielle Brown, senior vice president of operations for the Credit Union Association of Oregon, who serves as the board’s league representative.
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