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NYIB elects leaders for 2009-2010
COLUMBIA, S.C. (8/20/09)--The National Youth Involvement Board (NYIB) announced its leaders for 2009-2010 at the NYIB annual meeting in Tempe, Ariz., on Aug. 6. Brandon Pugh, director of communications and public relations at the South Carolina Credit Union League, will continue to chair the NYIB for 2009-10. Those elected to two-year terms as regional coordinators include:
* North West: Adam VanCleave, youth operations coordinator at Chetco FCU, Brookings, Ore.; * North East: Mary Ann Demczak, financial counselor at Clearview FCU, Moon Township, Pa.; and * North Central: Pamela Swope, marketing manager, FinancialEdge Community CU, Bay City, Mich.
South West Regional Coordinator Rebecca Isaacs, business development director at the Credit Union Association of New Mexico, will continue the second year of her term. Special elections were held for unexpired one-year terms in two southern regions. Filling the positions are:
* South Central: Doug Adams, president/CEO, MUNA FCU, Meridian, Miss.; and * South East: Dawn Lindley, director of marketing and financial literacy, Virginia Credit Union League.
This year’s officers include: Vice Chairman Isaacs; Secretary Lindley; Treasurer Swope; and Media Manager VanCleave. The group will meet Sept. 26-29 for its annual planning session.
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