Scott Named 2012 Paul Revere Award Recipient

Patty Briotta
Director of Public Relations

Washington – The National Association of Federal Credit Unions today recognized Cyndy Scott, senior vice president of marketing for Tower Federal Credit Union, as the credit union grassroots activist of the year with the presentation of the 2012 Paul Revere Award during its Congressional Caucus.

“Cyndy has been a tireless advocate for credit unions,” said NAFCU President and CEO Fred Becker. “She goes the extra mile in assisting NAFCU’s legislative and regulatory efforts.”

The award recognizes individuals who regularly and effectively carry the credit union banner, just as Paul Revere was a messenger and symbol for American patriots before and during the Revolutionary War. It is based on the number of grassroots contacts made by individuals.

Scott has served as head of Tower FCU’s marketing division since 2000. She was an outspoken voice for credit unions in the debit card interchange debate and has actively participated in numerous meetings with Maryland lawmakers in the current legislative session.

Headquartered in Laurel, Tower Federal Credit Union is the largest federal credit union in Maryland with over $2.50 billion in assets.

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