AACUL announces new Executive Board
WASHINGTON, DC (October 30, 2023) — The American Association of Credit Union Leagues (AACUL) elected its next Executive Board. League Presidents reelected four incumbents plus one new League President to govern the association.
The new board includes:
- John Bratsakis, president/CEO of the MD|DC Credit Union Association;
- Patrick Conway, president/CEO of the CrossState Credit Union Association;
- Patty Corkery, president/CEO of the Michigan Credit Union League;
- Dan Schline, president/CEO of the Carolinas Credit Union League;
- Caroline Willard, president/CEO of the Cornerstone League
Willard joins the Board for her first term; Jeff Olson, current AACUL chair and president/CEO of the Dakota Credit Union Association, will vacate his Board seat as he moves to the immediate past chair position.
“Strong leadership from the Executive Board enables AACUL to leverage the collective power of Leagues to create advocacy wins for credit unions and support a powerful network of credit union Leagues,” shared AACUL President Brad Miller. “The League System is strong and healthy, and I look forward to working with the Executive Board and all Leagues to continue to protect and advance a vibrant credit union system.”
Terms officially begin on Dec. 7, following the 2023 AACUL Annual Meeting. Officer positions will be determined at that time.
As of Dec. 7, the ex-officio members of the AACUL Board will include Jeff Olson, president/CEO of the Dakota Credit Union Association (Immediate Past Chair); Jim Nussle, president/CEO of CUNA; and Brad Miller, president of AACUL.
About American Association of Credit Union Leagues (AACUL)
The American Association of Credit Union Leagues (AACUL) is the national association for the state and regional credit union leagues/associations throughout the United States. AACUL’s mission is to leverage the collective power of Leagues to create advocacy wins for credit unions and build a strong network of credit union associations. We do this by providing advocacy support to yield impact, fostering collaboration and professional development for league staff, and representing the League System to the national association and other industry partners in order to protect and advance a vibrant credit union system.