The Board of Directors is one of three volunteer bodies within a co-operative worldwide. This body
is dubbed the brain of the Credit Union or the policy makers. Its ranking officers in most co-ops are
the President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary. Continuous Education being one of the
basic tenets many co-operatives form an Education Committee which is an ad hoc committee
drawn from the Board of Directors.


From left to right: Wayne Mouchette-Chairman; Carla Burgess; Corlita Davis; Delores Glasford, missing Clarence Dill-Secretary

The Supervisory Committee is yet another volunteer body within a Credit Union. It essentially is a supervisory and compliance committee is dubbed the eye of the Credit Union or its watch dog. Though the Supervisory Committee submits reports to the Board of Directors, it may act independently of the Board to ensure compliance.


The Credit Committee complements the other two volunteer groups and is dubbed the heart of the Credit Union. The Credit Committee balances its analytical skills with a heart when deliberating on members’ loan applications.

I have always experienced nothing less than the highest level of professionalism when being served at the Credit Union. I have been a member since 2015 and apart from the excellent financial savings benefits, I have to highlight the excellent service that the staff consistently delivers.  The service delivery has lived up to the orientation meeting that was held with my staff and me.

Margaret Giloth September 20, 2017