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Tomalin To Head Up CUNA Madison Operation, Succeeds Franklin
MADISON, Wis. (4/8/13)--Jill Tomalin has been named executive vice president and chief operating officer of the Credit Union National Association's Madison, Wis., operations, the association announced today. She succeeds John Franklin, who retired from CUNA last month.

A 13-year veteran of CUNA, Tomalin will oversee all of CUNA's Madison-based operations revolving around meetings and conferences, information technology, training and development and vendor sales. She will also oversee the CUNA Councils, and CUNA Strategic Services, the CUNA/league-owned subsidiary offering products and services to credit unions.

"Jill's long experience in the credit union system, combined with her talents and conceptual vision, furnish her with unique insights to the challenges of this position and the needs of credit unions across the country," said CUNA President/CEO Bill Cheney.

"She's committed herself to credit unions; this promotion gives her even greater opportunities to further share that commitment."

Most recently senior vice president of Association Services, Tomalin joined CUNA in 2000 as director of educational resources. Prior to that, she served in management roles for the Texas Credit Union League and Credit Union Executives Society.

Tomalin earned a BA and an MBA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is a credit union development educator and a certified league executive.


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