DCUC Board changes

WASHINGTON, DC (August 4, 2020) — DCUC wants to extend its thanks and gratitude to Stewart Ramsey, President & CEO, Pen Air Federal Credit Union for serving on the DCUC Board of Directors for the past four years. Ramsey, who currently serves as DCUC’s 1st Vice Chair, will be retiring from Pen Air FCU at the end of July and, subsequently, stepping off the DCUC Board of Directors.

“DCUC wishes Stu the very best and we hope he enjoys spending more time with his family. I’m sure that wherever he goes, Stu will bring his wealth of experience to continue serving his community. It has been a pleasure working with him and I always enjoyed his sound advice and honest friendship. I will miss his presence on the DCUC Board of Directors,” stated Anthony Hernandez, President & CEO, DCUC.

During his tenure on the DCUC Board, Ramsey helped lead DCUC through many changes, including the Council’s CEO transition in 2017 and shaping DCUC’s strategic plan to better serve its members. His perspective and leadership will be missed.

With Ramsey retiring and stepping off the board, the DCUC Board voted unanimously to appoint Maggie Sayer, President & CEO, Keys FCU, to the Board of Directors as the interim Navy/Coast Guard Representative. DCUC is excited to have Sayer joining the Board of Directors. She brings more than 20 years of experience in the financial industry and has spent the past eleven serving the defense credit union community at Keys FCU. Her wealth of knowledge and experience, especially with information technology, brings an important perspective to the Board.

Sayer will run for the remainder of Ramsey’s term at the DCUC Annual Business Meeting on August 11, 2020, at 2 PM ET.

Maggie Sayer

Stewart Ramsey

About Defense Credit Union Council (DCUC)

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