The winner of CUNA's four-way race for a seat on the 2011 Board of Directors, Pat Wesenberg of Wisconsin, thanked her backers Wednesday and lauded her opponents for "their passion and devotion to the cause."
CUNA announced on Wednesday the winners of contested election races for its 2011 Board of Directors and among them was Pat Wesenberg of Marshfield, Wis., who competed in an unusual four-way race against challengers from Kansas City, Iowa and Chicago.
CEOs of small credit unions in six Midwest states began voting last week in a now hotly contested four-way race for a CUNA board seat.
The spirited, four-way race for the CUNA board seat representing small credit unions in six Midwest states was heating up this week.
The urge to serve the industry during what one CEO called "a very exciting and anxious period" coupled with heightened interest in dealing with the corporate dilemma are apparently
The makeup of next year's CUNA board was taking shape Tuesday with one contingent of contenders already elected but at least three director seats remained in doubt amidst contested elections.
The Iowa Credit Union League and its counterpart the Iowa Bankers Association are running a joint op-ed this weekend in the Des Moines Register touting the consumer fallout should Congress enact the reg reform provision.