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2021 Annual Meeting Recap

Thank you to everyone who participated in our virtual meeting on June 24th!
DC Credit Union Board of Directors

Our 2021 Annual Meeting was a grand success! Held virtually, it allowed members from all over to connect and interact with one another as we reviewed DC Credit Union's financial performance, upcoming initiatives and future goals.

Finances

We provided an overview of DC Credit Union’s financial performance over the past fiscal year and unveiled what lies ahead in the coming year.

Feedback

Attendees had the opportunity to discuss their needs and provide their input on the future of DC Credit Union.

Fun

Members had the chance to connect virtually with other members and win cash prizes through a raffle.

Rising Together

“Unprecedented” and “2020” may well be synonyms by now. The global pandemic created a year unlike any other, it challenged us, it rocked us to the core. “Rising Together” speaks to upward mobility and positive development, and the way in which we do business, from a collective base that binds us a people and as community.

Our 2020 Impact Report outlines the many ways that DC Credit Union stepped up to serve our members through an unpredictable and difficult time. Featuring stories from real members, the report also includes statements from our Board Chairperson, Board Treasurer, Supervisory Committee, and an Independent Auditor, along with statements of our financial condition and comprehensive income.

Putting people before profit sometimes involves short-term financial sacrifices, but we know that by prioritizing our members, we’ll emerge stronger together.

View or download our 2020 Impact Report
DC Credit Union Impact Report

Congratulations to our Board of Directors

In accordance to DC Federal Credit Union bylaws, the Nominating Committee provided the following slate of four candidates, in alphabetical order, to fill a total of four vacancies on the Board of Directors. Since we had four candidates for four vacancies, we did not hold an election, as the following four candidates were elected by acclamation.

Priscilla Hackney

Ms. Hackney has been a member of DC Credit Union for thirteen years. She is a current Board member. Ms. Hackney is Regulatory Compliance Engineer in Maryland’s Department of the Environment. Among her professional experience was managing the DC Water and Sewer Authority Lead Services Replacement program.  Ms. Hackney holds a Master of Engineering from Howard University.

Josué Salmerón

Mr. Salmerón has been a member of DC Credit Union for twelve years. He is a current Board member and the founding Secretary of the Board of the DC Credit Union Foundation. Mr. Salmerón is Chief Administrative Officer for the Village of Yellow Springs, OH. Among his professional experience was serving as Deputy Director at the Mayor’s Office on Latino Affairs. Mr. Salmeron holds an MBA from Virginia Tech University.

Anthony V. Stevens

Mr. Stevens has been a member of DC Credit Union for five years. He is a current Board member and the founding Vice Chair of the Board of the DC Credit Union Foundation. Mr. Stevens is self-employed, and COO of Vernon Group LLC. Among his professional experience was serving as Volunteer Engagement Director for the Serve DC agency. He holds an MBA from the George Washington University.

Jamaine Taylor

Mr. Taylor has been a member of DC Credit Union for thirteen years. He is a current Board member. Mr. Taylor is Assistant Secretary to the DC Council. Among his professional experience was serving as Certification Manager for the District’s Department of Small & Local Business Development. Mr. Taylor holds an MBA from the George Washington University.

Featured Speaker

Michelle Hammonds is the inaugural Director of Financial Empowerment and Education at the Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking. In her current role, she works diligently to provide financial empowerment programs and financial education resources to the residents of the District of Columbia from ages 9 to 99. When she joined District Government in 2016, she managed the Bank on DC Program, working with financial intuitions and non-profit organizations to provide access to safe and affordable financial services and products for unbanked and underbanked households in the District of Columbia.

Previously, Ms. Hammonds was the Youth Empowerment Program Manager for non-profit Operation HOPE Inc., MidAtlantic Market. There she was responsible for managing program operations and implementation for youth in grades 4 through 12. Additionally, Ms. Hammonds worked extensively in financial services for over 10 years, holding positions with BB&T Bank and Northwestern Mutual. Educating and guiding people through the maze of financial services has always been near and dear to Ms. Hammonds’ heart.

Born and raised in Washington DC, she is a graduate of James Madison University (Harrisonburg VA), School of Business, with degrees in International Business and Finance.

Michelle Hammonds

Thank you to all who attended!

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