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WASHINGTON — From binary code to produce codes, NAFCU’s new Executive Vice President Patrick J. Morris has run organizations dealing with a wide variety of issues. Morris joined NAFCU’s staff in February, according to President/CEO Fred Becker. “We are delighted to have someone of Pat’s caliber and experience managing our operations and leading our membership and conference-planning divisions,” Becker said. “We look forward to Pat building on our already outstanding reputation for exceptional member service and superior educational offerings.” NAFCU’s new No. 2 guy previously headed up the Washington-based International Committee for Information Technology Standards (INCITS), an accredited standards development organization and the developer of global information technology standards. “It’s certainly a lot of association management, which NAFCU is as well, coordinating conferences, providing member services…a lot of similar things,” Morris said. He spent 12 years in association management including serving as executive director of INCITS–where he managed the organization’s staff, information technology, financial operations, membership and board activities–since 2003.

He added that his IT experience should carry over nicely to NAFCU. “It used to be IT issues were something a few people worried about,” Morris observed. “Now it affects everybody.”

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