Four credit union executives were named to the inaugural class of the African American Credit Union Hall of Fame Tuesday during a reception at the Renaissance Hotel in Washington.

The inductees included William Bynum, president/CEO for the $178 million Hope Federal Credit Union in Jackson, Miss.; Michael Hall, executive vice president and chief strategy officer for the $1.2 billion Arizona Federal Credit Union in Phoenix; Clarence Hall Jr., president/CEO for the $1.2 million Issaquena County Federal Credit Union in Marysville, Miss., and Sheilah Montgomery, retired president/CEO for the $70 million Credit Union of Atlanta and founder of the African American Credit Union Coalition.

Lynette Smith, AACUC chair, said the four executives named to the Hall of Fame have provided expertise in leadership, governance, strategic thinking, bridge building and finance, among other attributes.

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