Board Members & Leadership 121 Financial Credit Union’s Board of Directors is composed of volunteers who are democratically elected by our members each year. Our Directors and executive leadership always focus on the best interests of the membership and the credit union as a whole.
121 FCU Branch Managers
121 Financial Board of Directors
|Harold Boree||Vice Chair|
|Cynthia A. Delassus||Treasurer|
|John Scott, III||Secretary|
|Robert M. Gipson||Director|
|Billie C. Greenlief||Director|
|William Macomber, Jr.||Director|
|G. W. (Bill) Cauley||Director, Emeritus|
Get Involved: Volunteer With Your Credit Union
As a not-for-profit financial cooperative, 121 Financial Credit Union relies on volunteers to fill the vital positions of the Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee.
Current members that are 18 years or older with an account in good standing with the Credit Union are eligible to submit an application to become a Volunteer Official for 121 Financial Credit Union.
The Board of Directors’ primary responsibility is to clearly define operational policies, select competent management and establish the strategic goals for the Credit Union. Directors have ultimate responsibility for all operations and functions of the Credit Union.
The Supervisory Committee’s primary responsibility is to safeguard the assets of the Credit Union, oversee required financial reporting objectives, an annual financial audit, and verify that sufficient internal controls are in place.
Upon election the individual will be expected to:
read the credit union act and pertinent rules and discharge his/her responsibilities consistent therewith;
attest to the fact that he/she has read and is aware of the provisions (and penalties) of FIRREA (the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery and Enforcement Act);
attest to the fact that he/she is not excluded from serving by the requirements of Section 657.028 (3) through (5) of the act which relates primarily to individuals convicted of felonies and other acts of dishonesty and those who have been adjudicated bankrupt;
uphold the fundamental commitments as stated in our Code of Ethics; and
sign the appropriate acknowledgment relating to the credit union’s Conflicts of Interest Policy.
Other qualifications include, but are not limited to:
- Current member that is 18 years or older with an account in good standing with the Credit Union.
- Possesses financial knowledge, experience, educational background, and interest pertinent to 121 Financial’s future success.
- Ability to positively represent and display the credit union’s core values.
- Have completed the necessary educational and training requirements.
- Does not have any conflicts of interest regarding relationships with current Board Members (e.g. relative/immediate family, employer, business partner, etc.)
- Has never been convicted of a crime that contradicts the values of 121 Financial.
Submissions for 2023 Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee are now closed.