Wayne Tew, president and CEO of Clark County Union in Las Vegas, NV, was elected as the Nevada Credit Union League board chairman during the League’s recent Annual Meeting and Convention, held at the Mirage Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.
The other members of the board are: Vice Chairman Eric Estes, president and CEO of Boulder Dam Credit Union, Boulder City, NV; Treasurer Wally Murray, president and CEO of Greater Nevada Credit Union, Carson City, NV; Director Dennis Flannigan, president and CEO of Great Basin Federal Credit Union, Reno; and Director Barbara Reuter, president and CEO of Financial Horizons Credit Union, Hawthorne, NV.
Tew has served as president and CEO of Clark County since 1986. He’s been heavily involved in the credit union industry, having served as chairman of the Client Group Board for SUMMIT Information Systems, a FiServ company that provides data processing software to credit unions throughout the world, and on the advisory board for American Share Insurance, the largest private deposit insurance company in the country.
Tew earned his Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in accounting from Brigham Young University and is a certified public accountant. Prior to joining CCCU, He served as vice president and controller for City-County Credit Union in Minneapolis, Controller for Minnesota Online, and auditor for Arthur Andersen & Company in Minneapolis.
Established in 1951, Clark County Credit Union is a financial cooperative with more than 35,000 members and $475 million in assets. It primarily serves employees working for Clark County, City of Henderson, City of Las Vegas, and City of North Las Vegas; employees and volunteers medical profession offices or groups in Clark County; and members of Nevada public radio stations.
The Nevada Credit Union League represents 14 credit unions and more than 193,000 credit union members in Nevada.