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Board of Directors Positions Open

Greater Nevada Credit Union’s Board of Directors sets the strategic course for the credit union and oversees its general activities. Directors serve as volunteers. They receive no compensation, though we invest in their training and involvement in the credit union industry.

Run for a Position on Greater Nevada’s Board of Directors

Are you interested in serving your fellow Greater Nevada Credit Union members? We have two positions available on the Board of Directors for three-year terms beginning in March 2023.

The Board consists of seven directors. Members in good standing may apply to be considered as a Board candidate and appear on a ballot along with the two incumbent directors. To be considered for nomination as a director, a Greater Nevada member must:

  • Be the primary member on a Greater Nevada Credit Union Share Savings account.
  • Maintained membership for at least 12 months to be eligible.
  • Possess knowledge, experience and interest pertinent to the credit union’s future.
  • Be honest, of high integrity and willing to act solely for the interests and benefit of the credit union and its membership.
  • Be able to devote the time necessary to attend monthly meetings and other functions, including some overnight out-of-town travel.
  • Maintain a solid personal financial history, which includes consistently keeping any credit union accounts and loans in good standing.

The Nominating Committee evaluates all submitted applications and prepares a slate of candidates. The candidates participate in a general election by the membership, which will be held from January to March, 2023.

If you would like to become a candidate, please download an application form through the link below, call (775) 886-1304, or write to the following address to request one:

Greater Nevada Credit Union
c/o Nominating Committee
P.O. Box 2128
Carson City, NV 89702

The candidate application period has ended. Thank you for your interest and stay tuned to learn more about the voting and petition process.