Posted January 13th, 2017 No Comments
Nominations for the League Board of Directors Now Open

Pursuant to the Election Procedures for the NCUL Board of Directors, a call for nominations was issued on January 10th. All directors elected during this balloting will serve beginning June 1, 2017. Information has been sent to each eligible member credit union CEO; anyone interested in running for the Board should review the election materials carefully and submit their nomination by 5:00 PM Central Time on March 10th.

The League Board of Directors consists of nine members. For this election cycle there are three seats up for election. Each of the three seats will carry a three-year term. The regular seats include:

– Asset Category B: Credit unions with $40 to $100 million in assets
– Geographic District 2
– Geographic District 3

In order to qualify to run for the position of Director a nominee must be a either the CEO or senior management employee (as defined by NCUA); or a voting member of the board of directors of a credit union in Good Standing in NCUL. More qualification information is available in the nomination materials that were mailed to the credit union.

In order to participate, candidates must complete the following:

– Board of Directors Candidate Nomination & Consent Form
– Board of Directors Candidate Profile Form
– Board of Directors Nomination Seconding Form

Nomination packets may be obtained by calling 800-950-4455, ext. 207 or by sending a request via email to

The Board of Directors Candidate Nomination & Consent Form, Board of Directors Candidate Profile Form and the Board of Directors Nomination Seconding Form must be filled out and submitted by 5:00 PM Central Time Friday, March 10, 2017 using one of the following methods:

By mail or other delivery method to the following address:
Scott Sullivan
Board Secretary
Nebraska Credit Union League
4885 South 118th Street, Suite 150
Omaha, NE 68137

– By e-mail to
– By Fax to 402-333-9431

The Nomination & Election Committee of the Nebraska Credit Union League Board of Directors shall review and determine candidate eligibility according to the NCUL Bylaws and Nomination/Election procedures. Candidates submitting inaccurate or incomplete information and not meeting the requirements of these rules and the NCUL Bylaws will be disqualified from running for a seat on the board.

The League will distribute ballot information to all eligible credit unions on April 10, 2017. Casting of mail ballots will begin on April 10, 2017 and will close on April 28, 2017. NCUL will announce the names of the successful candidates no later than May 15, 2017.

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