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ALEXANDRIA, Va.-NCUA Board Secretary Becky Baker has announced plans to retire at the end of August. Mary F. Rupp, who has served in NCUA’s Office of General Counsel for 17 years, will step into the position following Baker’s departure. The secretary of the board is responsible for preparing agendas for board meetings, preparing and maintaining the minutes for all official actions taken by the board, and executing and maintaining all documents adopted by the board or under its direction. “Mary is well qualified to serve in this important capacity,” Johnson commented. “We look forward to working with Mary and know she will be a great asset to the NCUA Board.” Rupp served as Johnson’s executive assistant temporarily while she was searching for a permanent one. Board Member Debbie Matz commented, “I am sure Mary will bring to the board secretary position the same attention to detail and high standards that she has demonstrated in the General Counsel’s office. We welcome Mary to her new position and look forward to working with her on all of the issues that come before the board.” Rupp has earned a bachelor’s degree from Newton College of the Sacred Heart and a juris doctorate from Columbus School of Law. She has served at NCUA since 1987 as an attorney in the litigation division and then operations. Previously, she was a law clerk for Chief Judge Loren Smith, U.S. Court of Claims.

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