MidUSA 2021 Board Nominations

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MidUSA 2021 Board Nominations

The Board of Directors plays a key role in the vision, direction and development of MidUSA. The Board is the policy-making body of the Credit Union, providing corporate governance and protecting the interest of the members. MidUSA Board members are elected by the membership for 3-year terms. If you are a member in good standing and are interested in candidacy for the 2020 MidUSA Board of Directors, you will need to fully complete a nomination application. Nomination packets will be available at all MidUSA locations starting November 2, 2020. All completed packets must be returned by November 30, 2020. Consider becoming a leader of your Credit Union!

Board of Directors
Finance Committee

Audit Committee
Governance Committee


Meet some of our Board Members

Meet some of our Board Members
MidUSA Board Members are a great example of taking your membership to the next level and volunteering your time, talents and energy to help MidUSA be the best credit union possible.

Here are their brief backgrounds and stories…





Christina is one of our newest MidUSA members on the Board, having joined the Credit Union in 2018.  Christina’s community service is core to her heart and includes volunteering as a Monroe City Council member, as well as in the Lions Club, Rotary, Monroe Historical Society, and many other organizations.

“One of my most valuable assets is my time and volunteering my time is a critical piece to a larger picture.  We can all find a way to participate in our Credit Union…through one of the many committees, serving on the Board, helping bring in new members, as well as bringing your unique skills to the volunteer position. We (the members) are the Credit Union and we make the difference…you will enjoy the experience—I know I have!  Won’t you join me?”


A member since 2007, Kyle lives in Middletown and fills various volunteer roles on the Middletown Planning Commission, Middletown Little League and Butler County Bombers select baseball team.

“My number one advice to other MidUSA members is to learn about how you can help your Credit Union grow and prosper.  Increasing our member base and member volunteers will help MidUSA be the best we can be.  Volunteering at MidUSA is fun, exciting and doesn’t take a lot of time.  We are looking for volunteers right now.  Pick up the phone and let us know of your interest.”



A Centerville resident, Emmanuel has been a MidUSA member for the past 5 years and believes service to the community is very important.  Emmanuel is a very active volunteer at the Credit Union, works at a rural health clinic and volunteers at his children’s school.

“Community service is very important.  I believe you should always leave a place better than you found it…so each of us need to do our part. We need each other’s skills, work and effort.  Would you consider joining me as a MidUSA volunteer?  You’ll be glad you did.”


Benefits of Volunteering

Benefits of Volunteering
When you serve your member-owned Credit Union, you’ll enjoy personal benefits like:

Connecting with your community
Using your skills in a productive way
Developing new skills
Strengthening your résumé
Personal growth
Meeting new people
Exploring new areas of interest
Making a difference
Having FUN!

No matter your skill set, you can serve at MidUSA!  We are currently looking for volunteers who have a variety of talents and strengths.

Qualities/Skills We Need

Qualities/Skills We Need
MidUSA benefits from the many different skills, perspectives and thoughts of our members, including you!  Here are several key skills that we find are the most beneficial for our volunteers.

Service Orientation – A willingness to serve in a volunteer capacity on the Board or one of its Committees
Adaptability – Flexible and able to adjust your expectations and actions according to circumstances
Positive Outlook – See the possibilities in any situation and highlight opportunities
Organizational Awareness – Perceive and understand the dynamics of the Credit Union and use this information to create positive change
Teamwork – Work effectively with others and understand the dynamics of group development that lead to high performance
Leadership – Accomplish things with others, regardless of your formal role or position within an organization

We consider volunteers that represent all the various member demographics, including geographic, occupation, experience and more. We strive to ensure our governing groups accurately reflect our overall membership.  Join us today!

How Do I Volunteer?

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