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WASHINGTON- Steve Bosack, former executive assistant to NCUA Board Member Debbie Matz’, joined the staff at the National Credit Union Foundation, the organization announced last week. Bosack started in the new post Sept. 26 and will manage the Foundation’s strategic communication efforts and Internet presence, as well as play a major role in the development and implementation of grants and program initiatives. Bosack will report to NCUF Executive Director Steve Delfin. “Steve brings a wealth of experience in and knowledge of the credit union movement that will be a great asset to the Foundation,” Delfin said. “With Steve’s exceptional communications and public relations capabilities, we anticipate increasing awareness, understanding and support of NCUF’s mission of promoting and improving consumer financial independence through credit unions.” Bosack has served at a number of credit union-related organizations from NCUA to CUNA’s Madison and Washington, D.C. offices to Credit Union Times. He also became a Credit Union Development Educator in 1999. “NCUF has tremendous potential, together with the state foundations, leagues and other partners throughout the system, to help credit unions make an even greater difference in their members’ lives,” Bosack stated. “Especially at this critical time when Gulf Coast credit unions and their members are struggling to recover, NCUF is serving as a national conduit to channel donations to the local levels where volunteers, staff and members need help most.” In a follow-up interview, Bosack explained, “Right now, the foundation is in crisis relief mode” following the hurricanes; it is focused on helping credit union employees with transportation and temporary housing so they can get back to serving the credit union members. He added that the board will be investigating ways to become more efficient, including initiating an annual industry fundraising effort. At the group’s May strategic planning session, leadership began looking at how to make the group more responsive and more of a leader, Bosack said. “What amazed me was how the priorities aligned with the initiatives I had been working on with Debbie Matz,” he added. Bosack said he is “really excited” to get started with NCUF and expects to have his hands in a variety of aspects of the foundation. “As deputy director, that’s the exciting part of it. I’ll be in everything.” [email protected]

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