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Association seeking director nominations
The New York Credit Union Association is currently accepting nominations for its board of directors. In accordance with the bylaws, four Association director positions, which are the result of expiring terms, will be filled at the June 4, 2017 Annual Meeting.
The expiring director seats include: one in the asset tier of up to $25 million, one in the asset tier of $25 million to $100 million, and two in the asset tier of more than $100 million. Elected directors will hold office for a three-year term.
To submit a nomination online, visit the Association’s Nomination Center (user login required). A printable nomination form, available on the Association’s Nomination Center web page, can also be completed and faxed to the Association at (518) 782-4285 or mailed to New York Credit Union Association, ATTN: Office of General Counsel, 1021 Watervliet-Shaker Rd., Albany, NY 12205.
Important dates include:
- March 28: deadline to submit nominations to the Association;
- April 21: voting commences;
- May 25: voting closes; and
- June 4: election results announced at the 2017 Annual Meeting.
For additional information, visit the Association website or contact Henry Meier, Association general counsel, at (800) 342-9835, ext. 8144 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The World Council of Credit Unions is seeking 2017 Distinguished Service Award nominations. The award—considered the international credit union movement's highest honor—recognizes individuals and organizations that have provided outstanding service to credit union development outside their home country.
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Both sessions will be led by Celeste C. Cook, a credit union strategist and keynote speaker with more than 20 years of industry experience.
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