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West CUNA Management School announces board
ONTARIO, Calif. (1/8/10)--The newest members of the Western CUNA Management School (WCMS) Board of Trustees have been announced. They are: John Dill, president/CEO of the Credit Union Associations of Colorado and Wyoming; Teresa Freeborn, CEO, Xceed Financial CU, El Segundo, Calif.; Bradley H. (Brad) Harvey, CEO, Horizons North CU, Northglenn, Colo.; and Brett Martinez, CEO, Redwood CU, Santa Rosa, Calif.
Click to view larger image 2010 Western CUNA Management School Board of Trustees are, front row, from left, New board trustees: Horizons North CU CEO Bradley H. (Brad) Harvey, Redwood CU CEO Brett Martinez, Xceed Financial CU CEO Teresa Freeborn, and Credit Union Associations of Colorado and Wyoming President/CEO John Dill. Back row, from left, are: Rogue FCU CEO Eugene L. Pelham, Travis CU CEO Patsy Van Ouwerkerk, California/Nevada Credit Union Leagues Senior Vice President of Professional Development/Chief Operating Officer and WCMS Provost Mark Klinkert, USA FCU CEO and WCMS Board Chairman Mary Cunningham, WCMS President/Dean James D. Likens, and Orange County CU CEO Shruiti Miyashiro. (Photo provided by the California Credit Union League)
The board--made up of nine credit union CEOs, two league presidents, the WCMS president and WCMS provost--is responsible for operating of one of four advanced regional schools for credit union management professionals. The schools are sponsored by the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) and leagues. Dill has served as president/CEO of the Credit Union Association of Colorado since 2004. He serves on the Credit Union National Association’s Government Affairs Committee. Dill will assume the board seat of Washington Credit Union League President/CEO John Annaloro, whose term in the three-year rotating league president spot ended. Freeborn has more than 30 years experience in the credit union system. She is assuming the seat of Vince Rojas, who recently retired as CEO of Kern Schools FCU in Bakersfield, Calif. Harvey is the chairman of the Rocky Mountain CUES Council. He has also served on various committees and task forces at the state level, and is on the Government Affairs Committee. Harvey is assuming the seat of Colorado United CU CEO Branda Abbott, who is moving to a chief operating officer position at her recently merged credit union. Martinez has more than 24 years of credit union experience and has served as a senior executive for both the California Credit Union League and Arrowhead CU in San Bernardino, Calif., prior to joining Redwood CU in 2002. He replaces San Mateo CU CEO Barry Jolette, recently named the new World Council of Credit Unions board chairman. WCMS is sponsored by the leagues of Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming in cooperation with Pomona College in Claremont, Calif.


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