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Federation welcomes new board of directors
PHOENIX (6/24/09)--The National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions elected a new board of directors June 12, during the 35th Annual Conference on Serving the Underserved in Phoenix. Randy Chambers, Self-Help CU chief financial officer, was elected chairman. Chambers, from the Durham, N.C.-based credit union, had served as vice chair for the past three years. He succeeds Eunice J. Rogers, who is retiring.
Click to view larger imageThe National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions elected a new board of directors during its 35th Annual Conference on Serving the Underserved in Phoenix. From left are: Cliff Rosenthal, Federation president; Eunice J. Rogers, former Federation chair; and Randy Chambers, newly elected federation chairman. (Photo provided by the National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions)
Rounding out the board is:
* Vice Chair: Lynda Milton, CEO, Team Financial FCU, Houston; * Treasurer: Michael Chan, board president, Northeast Community FCU, San Francisco; * Recording Secretary: Deyanira Del Rio, board chairman, Lower East Side People’s FCU, New York City; and * Corresponding Secretary: Gregg Brown, CEO, South Side Community FCU, Chicago.
Others elected include:
* Region 1 (East)--Sharon Saulters, president/CEO, Triumph Baptist FCU, Philadelphia; * Region 2 (South)--Miss. State Sen. Robert L. Jackson (D), treasurer/CEO, First Delta FCU, Marks, Miss.; * Region 3 (Mid/South West)--Brown; * Region 4 (West)--Daniel Scott, president/CEO of Faith Based FCU, Oceanside, Calif.; * At-Large--Chambers.
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