In a key shift on its lobbying team, CUNA said this week it haspromoted Ryan Donovan, vice president-legislative affairs, tosenior vice president and will head up the trade's “on-the-groundlobbying activities.” The promotion is effective today.

Donovan, who joined CUNA in September 2007, previously wasdirector of federal government affairs for the California andNevada Credit Union League, establishing the league's office inWashington.

CUNA noted that Donovan's promotion comes after CUNAPresident/CEO Bill Cheney in July detailed plans to expand theWashington office roles of John Magill, who was named executivevice president of government affairs and special assistant to thepresident, and Susan Newton, who became executive vice president ofsystem relations. Magill and Newton also assume their newduties on Sept 1.

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