League Board of Directors
Jennifer L. Schilling, Board Chair - Region 3
President of Empower Credit Union
Jennifer has been with Empower Credit Union since 1998, serving as the Accountant and CFO before becoming President. She previously worked for a local CPA firm. Jennifer also is the Chair for The League's Government Affairs Committee. She also serves on The League's Services Council and on the Board of the Wisconsin Credit Union Shared Service Centers. Jennifer looks to continue and enhance the success of The League in assisting credit unions throughout the state and increasing awareness of the credit union movement. Read Jennifer's Meet the Board profile. Contact Jennifer
Michael Mallow, Vice Chair - Region 5
President of Sheboygan Area Credit Union
Mike has been in the financial industry for more than 30 years. He also currently serves on The League’s Services Council and The League Services Corp. Board of Directors. He is a former chapter board member and chapter president.
Mike is a strong proponent of the "people helping people" philosophy that has been the cornerstone of the credit union movement. He believes that credit unions need to work together (rather than against one another) to maintain our long-term viability. He believes the industry needs to constantly seek new paths so that it can remain competitive and overcome the pressure from the banking industry to eliminate credit unions. Mike also believes credit unions need to work together not only to survive, but also to excel in the delivery and offering of services to members and potential members. Read Mike's Meet the Board profile. Contact Michael
Jack Gill, Treasurer - Region 2
President of First Community CU of Beloit
Jack has been President of First Community Credit Union of Beloit since 1997 and has more than twenty years of management experience in the credit union movement. He also served on the League Services Corp. Board of Directors for the last several years and is a member of its executive committee. Jack is also a member of The League's 1 with The League Council and Services Council. He has also held several positions in the South Central Chapter of Credit Unions. Read Jack's Meet the Board profile. Contact Jack
Kimberly Youngblood, Secretary
Group B: $20 million to $100 million in assets
SVP/COO of Focus Credit Union
Prior to Kimberly's current position, she served as President for eight years at Federated Family Credit Union. Kimberly also serves on the League Services Corp. Board of Directors, as well as on the Board of Directors for the Wisconsin Credit Union Shared Service Centers. She is a strong believer that cooperation and collaboration will be a key factor in the ongoing success of the credit union movement in Wisconsin and she envisions The League continuing its evolution to meet those needs. Read Kimberly's Meet the Board profile. Contact Kimberly
Kevin R. Hauser, Director - Region 1
President of Westby Co-op Credit Union
Kevin is in his sixth year of serving on The League's Board of Directors and fifth year serving on the board's executive committee. He has been Board Chair since 2009.
Brian Prunty, Director
Asset Group D: More than $500 million in assets
CEO of CoVantage Credit Union
Brian has seen his credit union grow from $67 million in assets with 36 employees to having almost $1 billion in assets and 254 employees across its 11 offices.
Brian says credit unions must tap sustainable technologies in order to improve service. This, he says, is also essential to maximize productivity and thrive in an environment of ever-tightening margins. He urges all credit unions to participate in the comment process as new rules and regs take shape, and to fully digest resources like the ii releases provided by the League's Legal Affairs staff to achieve compliance.
Tim Tranberg, Director
Asset Group C $100 million to $500 million in assets
EVP of Co-op Credit Union
As EVP of Co-op Credit Union, Tim has 26 years of experience making personal loans, mortgage loans and business loans. But he still spends much of his time directly serving members.
He says that while compliance obligations have grown more complex for credit unions these last few years, the job of managing compliance shouldn't just fall to one person. Rather, it's everybody's business at the credit union. And credit unions should take advantage of the wealth of opportunities The League provides for compliance assistance. Read Tim's Meet the Board profile. Contact Tim
Pat Lowney - Director - Region 4
President of Lakeview Credit Union
Pat has been in the credit union movement for 27 years; 17 years as President of Lakeview Credit Union. He is in his eighth year serving on The League's Board of Directors. Read Pat's Meet the Board profile. Contact Pat
Carol Pecsi, Director
Asset Group A: Less than $20 million in assets
President of First Credit Union
Carol has been in the credit union industry for more than 30 years and has also been involved in many aspects of the movement. Her goal is to make sure that The League continues to be a leader in the credit union movement and to represent credit unions to the best of her ability. Read Carol's Meet the Board profile. Contact Carol
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