League board election has concluded: meet your influencers for 2022

Published by: Takisha Martin

August 25, 2021 | Ohio Credit Union League Staff & Leadership

The Ohio League is led at the top by your credit union champion peers, so you can count on relentless attention to the emerging advocacy and support needs of Ohio’s credit unions. The 2021 election process has concluded, and three incumbents have been re-elected by acclamation for the open seats (two At-large Category seats and one Size Category A seat). They stand ready to influence the strategic direction of the Board and the League on behalf of Ohio’s credit unions in new terms beginning next year.  These leaders are charged and ready to serve as the driving force behind League engagement with legislators, regulators, media, and consumers regarding the credit union difference, and to lead the staff in building new solutions to help credit unions pursue growth and success. Each of the three incumbents nominated was unopposed in pursuing reelection to their respective Board seats and are thus elected by acclamation to begin 3-year terms on Jan. 1, 2022, as follows:

Class I – Size Category A (assets $50m and below)

Jacqueline Moore, CEO – Faith Community United CU

 Class I – At-large Category

Miranda McConoughey, CEO – Lake County Educational FCU

Jessica Jones, President – Universal 1 CU

League Chair Dan Sutton congratulated the continuing directors, noting that “in these talented credit union leaders, cooperatively-structured and member-centered governance remains strong at the League.”

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