Board of Directors
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Prince George’s Community Federal Credit Union is governed by a Board of Directors, elected by our Members from among our Members. The board, in turn, employs a professional staff that operates the credit union. The board also appoints the Supervisory Committee that oversees our finances. Below are this year's elected Members.
Prince George’s Community Federal Credit Union is governed by a Board of Directors, elected by our Members from among our Members. The board, in turn, employs a professional staff that operates the credit union. The board also appoints the Supervisory Committee that oversees our finances.
Board elections are conducted annually. Any member 18 years or older in good standing is eligible to run. The results are announced at our annual meeting, usually held at the end of March 2022.
Any qualified member wishing to be considered as a nominee should complete an application listing their qualifications. They also will be required to interview with the Nominating Committee prior to their name being placed on the ballot in October 2021.
Directors positions are up for re-election every (3) years. If there are more than three nominees, there will be an electronic election beginning in February 2022. The results will be announced at the Annual Meeting in March 2022.
If you have any questions, please email the Nominating Committee at [email protected].
|Date||Deadlines & Events|
|October 2021||Deadline for receiving nomination requests from members. Must complete an application.|
|January 2022||Deadline for receiving petition (1% of membership) if above deadline has passed or not selected in interview process. Must complete an application as well.|
|February 2022||Potential election|
|March 2022||Annual Meeting|
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