Director's Institute Session
Volunteer Self-Evaluations (V430M)
Wednesday | 10am – 12pm | Separate Fee Required
Laura Lee Vann, CCUFC, CUDE, Vice President, Shared Branching
The board is tasked with evaluating many aspects affecting credit union operations. This includes everything from evaluating the CEO to evaluating potential outside auditors. But, how often does the board stop to evaluate itself? Volunteer self-evaluation is essential to promoting an efficient and effective board of directors. Use this course to discover the tools you can use to assess how your board functions and the importance of making self-evaluation a regular part of board culture.
About the speaker:
Laura Vann has more than 30 years experience working with not-for-profit organizations in member relations, business development, communications, training, and fund-raising positions. Currently, Laura serves as Vice President, Shared Branching, CU Service Centers of Alabama. In this role, she facilitates cooperation among Alabama credit unions in the design, development, and operation of shared branching; functions as the chief operating officer in the management of shared branching activities; develops and executes strategies to increase the number of credit union members with access to shared branching; and conducts training on CO-OP Shared Branching network policies and procedures. Laura previously served as the VP, Membership Relations for the League of Southeastern Credit Unions.
She is a graduate of The University of Alabama at Birmingham with a major in English and a minor in communications. Laura completed the National Credit Union Foundation’s Credit Union Development Educator (CUDE) program in 2012 and is a Certified Credit Union Financial Counselor.