Our board of directors.

Charlie Mallon

Charles A. Mallon, Jr. is president and CEO of Congressional Federal, serving the members and staff of the United States House of Representatives. Charlie has more than 19 years of experience in the credit union movement. Since the beginning of his career as a member service representative, Charlie has been a staunch and passionate advocate of credit union philosophy and empowering members to take control of their financial future. He currently serves on numerous industry boards and advisory panels including BrightLeaf Financial, Credit Union Mortgage Association, and UniTrust Investment & Insurance Services.

Charlie is involved in various church and community activities. He currently serves on the board of Credit Union Miracle Day Inc, supporting Children’s Hospitals nationwide. Charlie received his B.S. degree in finance from the University of Maryland and his MBA from George Mason University.

Chuck Purvis

Chuck Purvis is the president and CEO of Coastal Federal Credit Union, which he joined in May 2001. Coastal is a $1.9 billion credit union that serves over 190,000 members. He holds NASD Series 7, 24 and 63 securities licenses.

Chuck is also the former chairman of the National Credit Union Foundation (NCUF) and was a member of the board from 1995 to 2007. Chuck serves on the Board of uGenius CUSO, LLC, a joint venture of Coastal and outside partners to develop and commercialize video banking technology to improve the efficiency of branch teller services. Coastal now operates 14 branches using video banking technology and a centralized teller center. From 1992 to 2000, Chuck was a member of the senior management team of U.S. Central Credit Union in Overland Park, KS.

Prior to joining U.S. Central, he served as chief operating officer of First Carolina Corporate Credit Union. He also served in various capacities with the North Carolina Credit Union Network in Greensboro, North Carolina, including chief operating officer of the league service corporation and chief financial officer.

Chuck holds the designations of Certified League Executive, Certified Chief Executive, and Credit Union Development Educator. He has a bachelor of science degree in economics and business administration from the University of North Carolina–Greensboro.

Jeffery Bosco

Jeffrey Bosco is vice president and product executive of Life & Health Products for CUNA Mutual Group. In this role he leads overall business strategy and product management for these products. Jeff is also accountable for the execution and financial results of these product lines.

Jeff joined CUNA Mutual Group in 2011 as a consultant and was then hired as vice president of product development. He assumed his current role in November 2011.

Prior to joining CUNA Mutual Group, Jeff held numerous positions at American Family Insurance Group. His previous roles include agent, national sales trainer, district sales manager, state director, sales vice president, vice president and COO of American Family Life Insurance Company.

Jeff graduated from The American College in 2008 with a master’s in leadership and earned a bachelor of business administration, entrepreneurship and finance degree from Baylor University in 1987. He holds numerous designations and is an active member of several industry trade associations.

Lee Butke

Lee Butke joined Corporate One as president/CEO in May 1998. He began his 30-year credit union career at Wright Patt Credit Union as a management trainee, progressing to a vice president position. Lee then served for more than a decade as the CEO of Day Air and Telhio credit unions, before arriving at Corporate One.

He presently serves on the board of the Ohio Credit Union Foundation, the board of Primary Financial Company LLC, and the executive committee of the Association of Corporate Credit Unions. Lee has also served on the board of the Central Regional Automated Funds Transfer System, the executive committee of the MAC Advisory Group, and various other industry boards and committees.

He is a recipient of the CUES Golden Mirror Award for Service and was voted CEO of the Year by the readers of Credit Union Times in 1995. Lee holds an undergraduate degree from Miami University with a major in finance and a master’s degree in business administration from Wright State University.

Laura Campbell

Laura Campbell has been with Farmers Insurance Group Federal Credit Union for 17 years as Executive Vice President. Previously, she was in public accounting for 10 years, working exclusively with credit unions at O’Rourke, Clark and Sacher, Williams Young and Associates, and Aho, Henshue and Hall. She currently serves as Chairman of the Management Committee (Board) of Community Mortgage Funding, LLC, and as a Board member of Business Partners, LLC. Laura also was a member of Filene’s i3 group, serving from 2006 until 2008. Laura is a CPA (inactive) and CGMA. She previously served on the Credit Union for Kids Advisory Board in Los Angeles.

John Hirabayashi

John Hirabayashi has been the president and CEO of Community First Credit Union of Florida since 1996.  Community First serves 105,000 members in Northeast Florida and has $1.1 billion in assets. John has spent his entire career in the credit union industry, including six years as president and CEO of Cal State 9 Credit Union in Berkeley, CA.

A graduate of the University of Colorado (Boulder) with a bachelor’s degree in Finance, John has an M.B.A. degree from Virginia Polytechnic Institute. He also is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®).

John is active in the community and has served on numerous boards, including: Alliance for World Class Education; Florida Credit Union Shared Services; League of Southeastern Credit Unions; the Jacksonville Chamber Board of Governors; Florida Community College Foundation; The Cypress Group; Jacksonville Community Council, Inc.; and WJCT.

John lives in Orange Park, FL and has four children.

John Hirabayashi

Paul is president and CEO of Teachers Credit Union, Indiana’s largest credit union with more than $2 billion in assets. Paul began his career at TCU in 1998 holding positions in accounting, audit, finance, and Senior Vice President of Marketing and Sales before becoming President and CEO in June 2011.

Paul currently serves on the Northern Indiana Workforce Board of Directors, the Penn Harris Madison Education Foundation Board, Goodwill Industries Board, the Logan Foundation Board and the WNIT Public Television Board of Directors.

Paul received a Bachelor of Science degree from Indiana University in 1990 with a double major in Accounting and Management, a minor in Economics and is a licensed Certified Public Accountant (CPA).

 

Thomas Moore

Tom Moore is executive vice president/CFO of BCU, a $1.7 billion, Illinois-headquartered credit union primarily serving select international Fortune 500 companies. The success of the bank-at-work strategy has resulted in BCU growing to become the largest credit union chartered in the past 30 years.

Tom’s 25-year career in the credit union industry spans executive roles at natural person credit unions, wholesale credit unions, and credit union service organizations. He has been active and served on numerous credit union and community boards and committees during his career.

Tom is a graduate of Indiana University with a degree in finance, is a CFA Charter holder, and holds series 7, 24 and 63 securities licenses.

Angie Owens

Angie Owens became the president of AA (American Airlines) Credit Union in September 2007 and added the CEO role July 1, 2008. Prior to this position, she was the general auditor.

Angie has spent the majority of her career within various companies owned by or affiliated with AMR Corporation. Prior to joining AA Credit Union in 2002, she was managing director of corporate accounting at American Airlines and managing director of investor relations for The Sabre Group (Sabre). In 1996, Sabre became an independent company with an initial public offering of 18% ownership. Angie started the Investor Relations organization at Sabre at this time and spent the next year and a half working with investment banking firms and mutual fund companies to increase analyst coverage and holding diversification of Sabre stock.

Prior to joining American Airlines in 1992, she was an audit manager at the public accounting firm of Ernst & Young. Angie is a CPA and holds an MBA in finance from the University of Texas at Arlington and a BSBA in accounting from Oklahoma State University.