Partnership with NAFCU builds on agency’s pact with the NCUA to help more credit unions offer small business loans.
She was only 7 years old, but Lynette Smith remembers watching the historic March on Washington on television on Aug. 28, 1963, with her family.
Lynette Smith watched the March on Washington on Aug. 28, 1963, on television. Then she was 7. Now she's a credit union CEO.
As the first chairperson of the African-American Credit Union Coalition who isn’t one of the founders of the 14-year-old group, Lynette Smith said she feels a bit of heat.
Virginia credit union CEO takes helm of African-American Credit Union Coalition.
Lynette Smith, president/CEO of Washington Gas Light Federal Credit Union, was recently appointed to the African-American Credit Union Coalition's board of directors.
The African-American Credit Union Coalition recently appointed Lynette Smith to its board filling a vacancy created through the retirement of one the association's longtime members.