(Nov. 25, 2020) Nominations for the NASCUS 2020 Pierre Jay Award – which recognizes the individuals, programs or organizations whose contributions have benefited the state credit union system in a significant way – are due Dec. 31,.
The award will be conferred during a virtual event in the first quarter of 2021.
Honoring those who have demonstrated outstanding service, leadership and commitment to NASCUS and the state system, the Pierre Jay Award was first conferred in 1997 and has been presented to an individual nearly annually since then. It honors the first Commissioner of Banks in Massachusetts, Pierre Jay. The 2019 winner was Mary Hughes, formerdirector, Idaho Department of Finance.
NASCUS members may nominate any person, program, or organization who or that has made a significant contribution to the state credit union system is eligible to be nominated. Nominees do not necessarily need to be affiliated with NASCUS. Examples of individuals, programs or organizations to be nominated include credit union organizations, volunteers (including committee members), staff members, or chief staff executives; and, state/federal organizations, state/federal lawmakers, state/federal regulators, or others.