NASCUS Seeks Members Willing to Serve on Committees
August 1 NASCUS Committees do important work to set policy and direction for the organization. We encourage you to consider serving on a committee. Terms are 1 year and run September to September. Below are descriptions of the committees. If you are interested in serving on a committee, email Jenny Champagne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Education Committee is a standing committee responsible for designing, promoting and providing educational programs for NASCUS members. The Committee also oversees the preparation and coordination of the NASCUS State System Summit.
Legislative and Regulatory Affairs Committee
To advance legislative and regulatory issues that preserve the viability of the dual chartering system and strengthen state credit union regulatory agencies, by communicating and working cooperatively, whenever practicable, with the credit union community and federal and state legislative and governmental bodies.
Performance Standards Committee (Regulators Only)
To administer the accreditation program and, from time to time, make recommendations to the NASCUS Board for modification. It shall be the duty of the Committee to determine which applicant credit union supervisory agencies meet the standards for accreditation whereupon the Committee through the NASCUS CEO notifies the agency in writing of its accredited status.