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HRTD Council names 2010 executive committee
MADISON, Wis. (4/15/10)--The coming year’s executive committee and officers for the CUNA HR/TD Council were announced during the council’s 16th annual conference this week in Orlando, Fla. Incumbents re-elected to the Human Resource/Training Development Council were:
* Diana S. Wozniak, manager of human resources for Tampa Bay (Fla.) FCU; and * Jennifer Godel, vice president of HR/TD & quality, Desert Schools FCU, Phoenix.
Also newly elected to the executive committee is Rob Carmichael, senior vice president of human resources, training, compliance and information technology for Maine Savings FCU in Hampden, Maine. He replaces outgoing committee member Mike Nicholas, who left his position as former vice president of human resources for United FCU in Saint Joseph, Mich. Jennifer Morse, vice president of human resources for Empower FCU, Syracuse, N.Y., will remain the council chair. Suzanne Oliver, senior vice president of educational services and chief learning officer for Mountain America FCU, West Jordan, Utah, will remain vice chair. The CUNA HR/TD Council executive committee also includes:
* Michelle Greear, assistant vice president of training and career development for Technology CU, San Jose, Calif.; * Jeffrey Duke, organizational development and leadership manager, BECU, Tukwila, Wash.; * Robert Davis, senior vice president of human resources, Vystar CU, Jacksonville, Fla.; * Danielle Brown, senior vice president of operations, Credit Union Association of Oregon, who serves as the league representative; and * Kathy Spahr, human resources, training and development director, EECU, Jackson, Mich.
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