The Idaho Credit Union League has agreed to pay its former president/CEO, Chris Johnson, $3,930 after a court-supervised mediation process at Idaho Fourth District Court's small claims department in Boise.
League to pay ousted CEO $3,930 in unreimbursed business expenses.
Christopher Johnson tells CU Times why he thinks he was fired from the Idaho league after just five months.
Kathy Thomson, who joined the Idaho Credit Union League as a supply clerk in 1973 when there were more than 160 credit unions throughout the Gem State, is now the league's new president/CEO.
Kathy Thomson, who had been interim CEO after Christopher Johnson's departure, worked her way up from supply clerk.
Reason for departure not given. Interim CEO said issue will be up for discussion at February meeting.
Dan Egan steps down after 30 years as league president in Massachusetts. Also led New Hampshire and Rhode Island leagues.
Former CUNA executive Chris Johnson will become president/CEO of the Idaho Credit Union league on June 3, the league said Tuesday.
Former CUNA vice president to succeed the retiring Alan Cameron.
After working in the credit union industry for more than 35 years, Idaho Credit Union League President/CEO Alan Cameron said he plans to retire June 30, 2013.