NASCUS REGULATOR BOARD AND CREDIT UNION ADVISORY COUNCIL MEMBERS ELECTED

July 28, 2020

CONTACT: Shelton Roulhac, NASCUS Communications; sroulhac@nascus.org

 NASCUS REGULATOR BOARD AND CREDIT UNION ADVISORY COUNCIL MEMBERS ELECTED

Boesch, Conner, Ryan, and Vice re-elected; Averill elected

ARLINGTON, Va. – NASCUS leadership adds a new member and re-elects two current members to its Regulator Board. The organization’s Credit Union Advisory Council also re-elected two current members. The members will be seated at the upcoming NASCUS virtual Annual Meeting on August 26, 2020.

NASCUS Regulator Board: Katie Averill, Superintendent, Iowa Division of Credit Unions, was elected to the Board, joining re-elected Rose Heston Conner, Administrator, North Carolina Credit Union Division and Charles Vice, Commissioner, Kentucky Department of Financial Institutions. All three were elected to three-year terms.

Members of the NASCUS Regulator Board are elected by regulator members of NASCUS, comprised of all state credit union regulatory agencies across the nation.

NASCUS Credit Union Advisory Council: Re-elected to three-year terms were Jason Boesch, Manager, Energize Credit Union, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and Mike Ryan, Senior Vice President & General Counsel, BECU, Tukwila, Washington.

Members of the NASCUS Credit Union Advisory Council are elected by credit union members of the Council, which are mostly state-chartered credit unions from across the nation. The council advises the Regulator Board on issues of importance to credit unions.

The current members of the NASCUS Regulator Board and Credit Union Advisory Council can be found here.

Information Contact:
Shelton Roulhac, Vice President, Communications, sroulhac@nascus.org or (703) 528-5974

 

NASCUS is the national association that advocates for a strong and healthy state credit union system, and whose members include state regulatory agencies, credit unions, credit union leagues, and organizations that support the state credit union system.

 

 

 

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