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Steve Bosack is NCUA chairmans chief of staff
ALEXANDRIA, Va.(10/15/09)—National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Chairman Debbie Matz announced that as of Oct. 13 her chief of staff is Steve Bosack, who exits as deputy director of the National Credit Union Foundation (NCUF) to take the new position. Bosack helped oversee numerous NCUF programs, including REAL Solutions, Credit Union Development Education, Social Impact Management, Innovation Grants, federal grants and CUAid. He played a major role in disaster relief efforts by helping distribute a record $3.5 million in grants to credit unions on the U.S. Gulf Coast following Hurricane Katrina. This is a second stint at NCUA for Bosack, as it is for his chairman. Bosack served as Matz’s top aide for almost two years when Matz was a member of the agency’s board from 2003-2005. Prior to that, Bosack worked for 10 years with the Credit Union National Association (CUNA), where he served as vice president of public relations and, later, vice president of information services. Before joining CUNA, Bosack was associate editor of Credit Union Times, a national credit union trade industry publication.
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