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Western CUNA Mgt. School adds board member
POMONA, Calif. (10/27/11)--Kevin Foster-Keddie, president/CEO of Washington State Employees CU, Olympia, Wash., has been named to the Western CUNA Management School (WCMS) Board of Trustees.

The board--comprising nine credit union CEOs, two league presidents, the WCMS president, and WCMS provost--is responsible for oversight and direction of the school.

Foster-Keddie has been a frequent recipient of industry recognition and accolades, including the Credit Union National Association's Bergengren Award for High Achievement and the California Credit Union League's Kim Bannan Eternal Flame Award.

"Kevin's long-time involvement with the credit union movement as well as his knowledge of WCMS makes him a great addition to the board," said Patsy Van Ouwerkerk, chairman of the WCMS Board of Trustees and president/CEO of Travis CU in Vacaville, Calif.

WCMS serves credit unions in the 13 western states and is sponsored by the associations for those credit unions, including the Alaska Credit Union League, California Credit Union League, Credit Union Association of New Mexico, Hawaii Credit Union League, Idaho Credit Union League, Montana Credit Union League, Mountain West Credit Union Association, Nevada Credit Union League, Northwest Credit Union Association, and Utah Credit Union Association, in cooperation with Pomona College in Claremont, Calif.


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