During their annual business meetings on October 31, leaders from the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues’ respective boards of directors thanked industry professionals for their enduring advocacy and support in 2023 — a year the movement continued spotlighting its unique “member owned” model and financial wellbeing philosophy.
“You continued to serve your members during another year full of unique challenges and opportunities,” said Leagues President and CEO Diana Dykstra, who applauded California and Nevada credit unions and league board members for their work in local regions. “You also continue doing great work, and I want to thank all of you for your commitment, trust, and support.”
This year marked the California League’s 88th annual meeting (and 90th anniversary celebration), as well as the Nevada League’s 54th annual meeting. 2023 was highlighted by challenges and opportunities — and as usual, credit unions across California and Nevada stood tall.
Credit union leaders and professionals in both states rallied together and benefitted from state legislative victories, regulatory accomplishments, major wins in Congress, numerous initiatives, newly launched League Network meetings, urgent alerts, special events, and robust grassroots advocacy-in-action that crafted better policies for a positive impact on operations and members.
Votes for the California League and Nevada League board officers took place during their respective board organizational meetings on October 24 at the Leagues’ annual conference — REACH 2023.
The California Credit Union League’s 2023 – 2024 Board of Directors includes:
The Nevada Credit Union League’s 2023 – 2024 Board of Directors includes:
“As our industry’s leaders worked hard to help each other, each state’s league shielded credit unions from harmful legislation and burdensome ideas and initiatives,” Dykstra said. “We fought for positive results together — and we look forward to serving your credit union in 2024.”