SRCUS

42 Named SE CUNA Mgmt School Graduates in June

Southeast Regional Credit Union Schools (SRCUS) is pleased to announce that 42 credit union executives recently graduated from the Southeast CUNA Management School.

Since 1971, the Southeast CUNA Management School has equipped graduates with the skills and knowledge to meet the leadership challenges that arise in the credit union industry. The curriculum develops students’ operational, managerial and leadership abilities. Over the course of this three-year program, students receive advanced academic instruction on a variety of topics including management, leadership, and financial analysis. Students also apply the knowledge gained from the on-site sessions to projects that require strategic analysis of their credit unions and research of relevant issues facing the credit union industry.

In addition to a rigorous academic curriculum, the Southeast CUNA Management School provides students the opportunity to develop their leadership capabilities and better understand the credit union philosophy so that they can contribute to the success of their credit unions and to the movement as a whole. In the true credit union spirit of “people helping people”, the Class of 2015 participated in a volunteer outreach effort with the Food Bank of Northeast Georgia, where they recovered nearly 3 tons of food and nonfood product for families in need in Northeast Georgia.

Upon successful completion of the program, students received a graduation diploma issued in conjunction with the University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education. Graduation from the Southeast CUNA Management School is recognized throughout the credit union industry as a prestigious mark of achievement. For more information on the Southeast CUNA Management School, visit www.srcus.org/management.

Graduates from the Southeast CUNA Management School Class of 2015 include:

Florida

  • David Carnall, 1st Credit Union of Gainesville
  • Paula Tuten, FL Rural Electric CU

Georgia

  • Derrick Leaphart, Credit Union of Georgia
  • Melany Ward, Ethicon CU
  • Danielle Cegelis, Georgia’s Own CU
  • Shannon Hoffman, Georgia’s Own CU
  • Marcia Tidmore, Georgia Power NW FCU
  • Jennifer Fiorenza, Mutual Savings CU
  • Phillip Redmond, Peach State FCU

Kentucky

  • Jan Blevins, Ashland CU
  • Angela Kring, Commonwealth CU
  • Michelle Short, Members Choice CU

Louisiana

  • Nichole Dupuy, Ascension CU
  • Laura Hawthorne, Centric FCU
  • Robert Mayfield, Fleur De Lis FCU
  • Jodi Lee, Neighbors FCU
  • Cassie Theriot, Section 705 FCU

Michigan

  • Jeanell Felske, Metro Shores CU
  • Jackeline Thebo, Michigan One Community CU

Mississippi

  • Vernon Clevenger, Central Sunbelt FCU
  • Sara Aucoin, Credit Union South
  • Holly Walker, Memorial FCU
  • April Davidson, Muna FCU
  • John Parks, Statewide FCU

North Carolina

  • Michelle McGee, Carolina Postal CU
  • Lynn Pinter, Champion CU
  • Misty Fisher, Lion’s Share FCU
  • Sallie Haymore, Marine FCU
  • Melissa Preston, Summit CU

South Carolina

  • Chase Clelland, Grow Financial FCU
  • Ronald Davis, Lakelands FCU
  • Marcus Rhymer, Latitude 32 CU
  • Brian Crocke, Palmetto  Citizens FCU
  • Travis Barbare, SC Telco FCU
  • Stephanie Ownby, South Carolina FCU
  • Joshua Taylor, SRP FCU

Tennessee

  • Aaron Duffy, Appalachian Community FCU
  • William House, Dupont Community CU
  • Patty Hemmingsen, Fort Campbell FCU

Virginia

  • Fondu Conteh, Belvoir FCU
  • Courtney Rose, Belvoir FCU
  • Theresa  Shifflett, NSWC FCU