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ARLINGTON, Va.-NAFCU made some organizational changes last week to better situate its staff to handle anything that gets thrown at them. Since NAFCU hired Dan Berger as senior vice president of governmental affairs to replace Bill Donovan, who had served in that role as well as general counsel, President and CEO Fred Becker announced some changes Feb. 8. On the regulatory side, Carrie Hunt was named senior counsel in addition to her title as director of regulatory affairs. She will also handle litigation issues and report to Berger. Outside counsel Howe Anderson & Steyer, which NAFCU has worked with for a long time on human resources and other contractual issues, will continue in that role. Additionally, the use of PlanNet to help with NAFCU conferences will relieve some burden on the legal issues related to them. Jay Morris was promoted from vice president to senior vice president of communications and he will now oversee marketing as well. In addition, Joe Boyle, director of planning, programming, and special projects, will report to Morris. Also in the communications department, Robin Johnston’s title was changed to publisher and managing editor of The Federal Credit Union, and Susan Broaddus’ title was updated to managing editor for news and Web services to more accurately reflect their roles.

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