SAN DIMAS, Calif. - Anthony Boutelle, president and CEO of CU Direct Corporation; Kimberly Hester, executive vice president of network services for CO-OP Network; and Sheri Ledbetter, director of public affairs for WesCorp, have been elected to the board of the Richard Myles Johnson Foundation, expanding the board to 16 members. "Tony's, Kim's, and Sheri's combined years of experience in the credit union movement, and their commitment to the role that credit unions can and should play in educating all consumers on the importance of good finance, make them extremely well-qualified to advance the goals of the Richard Myles Johnson Foundation," said foundation chairman Debra Gannaway, president and CEO of Norton Community Credit Union in San Bernardino. Boutelle, Hester, and Ledbetter will serve three-year terms. The Richard Myles Johnson Foundation was established to provide grants and scholarships for credit union volunteers, staff and members to attend workshops and conferences to further their educational and professional development. It also supports financial education within the communities served by credit unions.
Boutelle, Hester and Ledbetter Expand RMJ Foundation Board to 16
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