MADISON, Wis. (6/2/14)--After expanding its membership by four spots to 17, the National Credit Union Foundation (NCUF) named three new credit union leaders to its board of directors.
The NCUF board amended its bylaws and expanded potential membership to "enhance (its) fundraising capabilities and further the foundation's impact."
Elected May 13 during a special meeting, the new members include:
- Teresa Halleck, president/CEO, San Diego County CU, with $6.4 billion in assets;
- David Mooney, president/CEO, Alliant CU, Chicago, with $8.2 billion in assets; and
- Howard Spencer, chairman of both the Michigan Credit Union League and Northland Area FCU, Oscoda, Mich., with $273 million in assets.
"I'm looking forward to working with Teresa, David and Howard," said Laida Garcia, NCUF chair and president/CEO of Floridacentral CU in Tampa, Fla., with $387 million in assets. "These three individuals bring a wealth of experience to the NCUF board, which will go a long way to help NCUF improve more people's financial lives through credit unions."