Orlando, FL (April 26, 2022) –The National Association of Credit Union Services Organizations (NACUSO), announced the results of their 2022 Board Election in the Annual Membership Meeting on April 26, 2022 at the Disney Yacht & Beach Club Conference Center in Orlando, FL.
Each member of the NACUSO Board of Directors serves three-year terms and six terms expired in 2022. Of the six expired terms; four incumbents were re-elected and two newly elected directors joined the NACUSO Board as replacements for two members who did not run for re-election.
The two members who did not run for re-election were Jay Johnson, of Callahan & Associates, and Mike Hales, of CU Revest, LLC.
Filling the two open seats were newly elected directors: Seth Brickman, CEO of QCash Financial, and Mike Haggerty, President of CommunityAmerica CUSO & Copper Financial Network.
Four incumbent members were re-elected for additional three-year terms. This included our Board Chairman, Ray Crouse, CEO of Parsons Federal Credit Union, as well as the following three Directors:
- Tom Davis, CEO of Trellance
- Phil DuPree, Chief Revenue Officer of CU Direct
- John Janclaes, CEO of NYMBUS CUSO
Jack Antonini, CEO of NACUSO said: “NACUSO is very fortunate for the service and dedication of each of our board members and is looking forward to the next three years with Seth Brickman and Mike Haggerty joining the four re-elected directors and the rest of our Board.”
NACUSO (National Association of Credit Union Service Organizations) was formed in 1985 to help credit unions explore the use of CUSOs and the delivery of non-traditional products and services. Over the years, NACUSO’s focus has evolved to educating credit unions on the benefits of collaboration, helping credit unions find innovative collaborative partners & solutions, helping CUs form multi-owned CUSOs that help credit unions achieve economies of scale, risk reduction and obtain expertise, as well as being the collaboration focused regulatory & legislative advocate for CUSOs and their credit union owners.