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Davis to leave NACUSO
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (8/3/10)--Tom Davis, CEO of the National Association of Credit Union Service Organizations (NACUSO), plans to step down from his position, effective at year-end. Davis plans to use the opportunity to “walk the talk” that he espoused while heading NACUSO and build collaborative businesses, NACUSO said in a release. Davis accepted his CEO position at NACUSO four years ago and has served on its board for 20 years. He will now serve as CEO of CUSO Development Company LLC. He also owns a management consulting firm, Davis and Company. While at NACUSO, Davis initiated the National Center for Collaboration and Innovation. Programs initiated through the center include a joint educational program on collaboration and network businesses, annual conferences with a focus on collaboration, a regional conference series featuring 3.0: The Next Generation of Collaboration, and regulatory advocacy for credit union service organizations. NACUSO has formed a search committee for Davis’ replacement. NACUSO, based in Newport Beach, Calif., is a trade association representing credit union service organizations.


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