Meet Our Board
Board of Directors
The Georgia Power Federal Credit Union Board of Directors consists of seven unpaid volunteers, democratically elected by you, the credit union members. The Federal Credit Union Act and the bylaws of Georgia Power Federal Credit Union spell out the election process and the requirements for serving on the Board. The Board’s role is that of a fiduciary, with the responsibility to ensure the safety and soundness of the credit union. Click here to read more about the specific duties and responsibilities of federal credit union boards.
The election process is held yearly as part of the Annual Membership Meeting. All members, age 18 years and older, have one vote regardless of services/products used. Credit union directors serve three year terms and may be re-elected for subsequent terms.
Your Credit Union has also chosen to appoint Associate Directors. While these Associates have no voting rights, they attend meetings and serve on committees, preparing themselves for a future Board position.
Contact the Board
You can contact the Board of Directors via email at email@example.com (NOTE: This is not secure email) or by mail at the credit union’s address.
The supervisory committee members are appointed by the board to serve three year terms. The supervisory committee has two general goals; to ensure that management’s financial reporting objectives have been met and management practices and procedures safeguard members’ assets. This is accomplished through a combination of activities including the hiring of an external auditing firm and the review of closed accounts.
Contact the Supervisory Committee
You can contact the Supervisory Committee via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. NOTE: This is not secure email. Current members are John R. Pickens and Willie Palmer.