Sharonview Federal Credit Union is governed by a Board of Directors. The Board of Directors is comprised of Sharonview members who serve as volunteers to provide oversight of the credit union, including but not limited to, the system of internal control and risk management, the audit process, and the company's process for monitoring compliance with laws and regulations, board policies, management policies and the company's Code of Conduct.
Board members are responsible for providing effective governance and leadership to the credit union. They ensure the financial condition of the credit union is accurately and fairly presented in the credit union's financial statements and ensure that management practices and procedures are sufficient to safeguard credit union members' assets.
Board members serve on a volunteer basis and for a term of 3 years.
Looking to get involved?
Are you a member of Sharonview Federal Credit Union and looking for an impactful way to get involved? Do you have ideas to help Sharonview become a better, stronger organization? Are you interested in serving at the level of Board Director or Supervisory Committee?
Board of Directors: Sharonview Federal Credit Union is governed by a Board of Directors. The Board of Directors is comprised of Sharonview members who serve as volunteers to provide oversight of the credit union. Board members serve 3-year terms. (Please see more in the description listed above on this page.)
Board nominations are accepted once per year, at the end of the calendar year and beginning of the next year. When nominations are being excepted, a message and instructions will appear on this page.
Supervisory Committee: The Supervisory Committee has various oversight responsibilities, focusing on the quality and integrity of the credit union’s financial statements and the adequacy of the credit union’s system of internal controls and risk management. Supervisory Committee members serve 1-year terms.
The time commitments for all volunteer roles include preparing for and attending monthly board meetings, regularly scheduled committee meetings, special planning or informational sessions and other credit union functions, as well as fulfilling annual educational requirements.