Cooperative Credit Union Association holds its seventh annual meeting
MALBOROUGH, MA (October 18, 2022) — The Cooperative Credit Union Association (CCUA) recently held its seventh annual business meeting. Conducted during APEX 2022, CCUA’s annual convention held in collaboration with the Credit Union League of Connecticut at the Mohegan Sun Resort, the session kicked off with a greeting from Jim Langer, sales manager, East Region for CUNA Mutual Group. Chair Ron Draper followed, calling the meeting to order during which board members and CCUA President/CEO Ron McLean presented their reports and state of the association.
Highlighting the meeting’s proceedings was the announcement of the election results by Anabela Grenier, chair of the Governance Committee. The results showed Blanche Jackson, president/CEO, Stepping Stones Community Federal Credit Union elected to a Delaware board seat; Roland Draper, president/CEO, Somerville’s Credit Union and current CCUA board chair, re-elected to an at-large, small credit union board seat; and Fred Reinhardt, president/CEO, Greenwood Credit Union and current CCUA Second Vice-Chair, re-elected to a Rhode Island board seat.
CCUA’s Board of Directors is comprised of 11 members. Additional members include Anabela P. Grenier, president/CEO, Pioneer Valley Federal Credit Union (Vice Chair); Maurice W. Dawkins, president/CEO, American Spirit Federal Credit Union (Treasurer); A. Scott MacKnight, president/CEO, Triangle Credit Union (Secretary); David Araujo, president/CEO, Service Credit Union; Robert M. Cashman, president/CEO, Metro Credit Union; Eileen Danahey, president/CEO, St. Anne’s Credit Union of Fall River, Mass.; Rui F. Domingos, president/CEO, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Federal Credit Union; and Stephen J. White, president/CEO, Westerly Community Credit Union.
About Cooperative Credit Union Association
The Cooperative Credit Union Association is a regional trade organization serving as the voice for nearly 180-member credit unions located in the States of Delaware, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island. CCUA member credit unions hold combined assets in excess of $73 billion and serve a collective membership base of more than 4.7 million consumers. Last year, CCUA credit unions provided more than $500 million in direct financial benefits to their members and had a combined financial impact of over $5 billion on their states. For more information, visit www.CCUA.org