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Three named to two CUNA Council exec committees
MADISON, Wis. (3/6/09)--Three credit union executives have been named to the executive committees of two CUNA Councils. Gayle Gustafson, vice president of financial services for Rivermark Community CU, Portland, Ore., was appointed to a vacant seat on the executive committee of the CUNA Lending Council. Gustafson has 27 years' experience in the credit union industry in lending, human resources, operations and member service. A member of the CUNA Lending Council since 2002, Gustafson served as chair of the CUNA HRTD Council from 1999 to 2001, and of the CUNA Councils Forum from 2001 to 2004. She was also a member of the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) Membership Growth Task Force. Robert Davis, senior vice president of human resources for VyStar CU, Jacksonville, Fla., was selected to fill a vacant seat on the CUNA HRTD Council executive committee. Davis joined VyStar in 2007, bringing more than 30 years of experience in human resource management and consulting. Davis is a member of the Society for Professional Human Resource Managers and of World at Work. Danielle Brown, senior vice president of operations for the Credit Union Association of Oregon, was named the new league representative of the CUNA HRTD Council. She replaces Tracy Conner, vice president of professional development and member services for the Credit Union Association of New York. Brown serves as chair of the State Credit Union Foundation Network and secretary of the Oregon Jump$tart Coalition for Youth Financial Literacy. She is also a credit union development educator.
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