There are several ways to get involved at North Coast Credit Union. As a member of North Coast you have a vote. Attend our Annual Meetings where we elect our Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee, or even consider volunteering for a position. We also host other events throughout the year to celebrate and serve our members.
Member Appreciation BBQs
Each Summer we have Member Appreciation BBQs, both in Whatcom and Skagit counties. We enjoy providing a meal and getting to thank members for their continued support of North Coast.
Every Earth Day we like to offer our members a free shred day.
This allows our members a secure way to shred sensitive documents. All shred is then recycled.
Every April we hold an Annual Meeting. We report on our past year's progress and hold elections for the Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee.
A Credit Union is overseen by a volunteer Board of Directors and a Supervisory Committee. These individuals serve as oversight on the running of the organization by monitoring the health of our organization and determining areas for growth and redirection.
Board of Directors
The Board of directors provides governance for the credit union; to set policy, plan strategic direction, ensure the safety and soundness, ensure that the mission is carried out, maintain open communications with members and management, select the CEO, and direct review of CEO's progress in achieving goals and objectives, and report to members as required by law.
Rick Succee, Chair
Derek Barnes, Vice Chair
Phil Serka, Secretary
Kimberly "Kym" Clift
Gregory "Todd" Lagestee
The Supervisory Committee serves as a check and balance to the Board of Directors; responsible for overseeing all aspects of the credit union to determine that it is being managed efficiently and effectively, and is safeguarding member's assets.
Sheryl Cartwright, Chair
Kailin James, Vice Chair
Each year we ask for nominations for our Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee. Once nominees are verified to be qualified for the position, elections are held at the Annual Meeting. Term length is three years for each position.
Those who are interested in running for a position can contact Susan Lanahan, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information.
Board Mentorship Program
The Board Mentorship program allows participants to attend board meetings for a year to witness the process and learn more about how our organization is run.