The NC Credit Union League is pleased to announce that Bob Donley, David Elliott, Lori Thompson and Tony Ebron have been re-elected to the League Board of Directors. The NCCUL board is composed of eight directors who are elected by their local credit union chapters, plus three directors elected at-large.
Bob Donley, the Executive Vice President of Members Credit Union, was re-elected as an at-large director. Donley won re-election at the NC Credit Union League Annual Meeting in Pinehurst.
Donley, who was appointed to the NCCUL board in 2010, will serve a three-year term. He has been the Executive Vice President of Members Credit Union since July 1, 1995. In addition to serving on the NCCUL board, Donley has been a member of the board of Members Credit Union since March 1996.
Tony Ebron, the President/CEO of Winston-Salem Federal Credit Union, was re-elected as the director representing the Northwest Chapter. The chapter held a special election in 2011, and selected Ebron to fill its vacated board spot. He will serve a full three-year term.
David Elliott, the President/CEO of Fort Bragg Federal Credit Union, was re-elected as the director representing the Southeast Chapter. He was appointed to the NCCUL board in 2008, and elected to a full term the following year. He was re-elected by the chapter to serve another three-year term.
Elliott holds more than 30 years of credit union experience, including 16 years as President of the Fayetteville-based FBFCU. He began his career at Members Credit Union in Winston-Salem. Under his leadership, FBFCU has grown steadily and is today one of the fastest growing credit unions in the State.
Lori Thompson, the President/CEO of Premier Federal Credit Union, was re-elected as the director representing the North Piedmont Chapter, and will serve a three-year term. Thompson was first elected to the board in 2009.
Thompson holds more than 20 years of experience in the credit union movement. She began her credit union career as a loan officer with Premier, and worked her way steadily through the ranks. She was named Executive Vice President in 2002 and President of Premier in 2010.