WASHINGTON (UPDATED 3/12/12 5:48 p.m. ET)--The White House has announced the nomination of Carla Leon-Decker to be a member of the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) has been withdrawn.
Leon-Decker had been named as the candidate for a term on the NCUA that would expire Aug. 2, 2017.
León-Decker is the current president/CEO of D.C. Government Employees FCU and has also served as operations manager and president/CEO of PAHO/WHO FCU and branch manager of Transportation FCU.
She is also a credit union development educator and director of the Network of Latino Credit Unions & Professionals. León-Decker would have taken an NCUA board spot vacated by the pending departure of Gigi Hyland, whose six-year term on the NCUA board ended in August. Hyland is still serving as an NCUA board member.