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SCE FCU Annual Meeting Notice & Location Change

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SCE FCU Annual Meeting Notice & Location Change


In keeping with guidance set forth by health officials, the location of the SCE FCU Annual Meeting and Nomination of Officials is being changed. To comply with gathering restrictions, attendance is not encouraged and may be restricted by governmental guidance. Our Annual Report and post-meeting recap will be published on our website and made available to the general membership.

New Location: SCE FCU Corporate Office, 12701 Schabarum Avenue, Irwindale, California
Same date: Wednesday, April 22, 2020
New Time: 5pm

The following information remains unchanged:

The annual meeting will feature a report from the CEO, the Board Chair and the Supervisory Committee. We'll also conduct an election for three (3) Board positions, each with a term of three (3) years. Members who wish to be nominated to serve on the Board of Directors may do so by submitting a petition signed by at least one percent (1%) of the total Credit Union membership (approx. 578) to the Chair of the Nominating Committee, Ms. Sue Mitchell (c/o Kathleen Cardenas, SCE FCU). This petition must be received by 5:00pm on Friday, March 13, 2020. Nomination questions may be directed to 800.866.6474 x2254. The names of all nominees will be posted at the SCE FCU Corporate Office on Wednesday, March 18, 2020. The election will not be conducted by ballot and there will be no nominations from the floor when the number of nominees equals the number of positions to be filled. Election results will be announced at the Annual Meeting on April 22, 2020.

Michael Maxwell (for a term of three years)
Michael has been a member of SCE FCU’s Board of Directors since 2016 and served on the Supervisory Committee since 2014.

Michael is currently the Director of Business Operation at Smart Circle International, overseeing the launch of new programs. He is responsible for building data analytics, forecasting program growth and streamlining pilot launches. Michael previously worked at McMaster-Carr Supply Company, Southern California Edison and was the Chief Operating Officer of an online startup.

Michael earned an M.B.A from University of California, Los Angeles with a focus in Entrepreneurship and Technology Management. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering with a Minor in Business Administration from the University of Southern California and belonged to the Sigma Alpha Lambda and Phi Sigma Theta National Honor Societies.

Nancy Bond (for a term of three years)
Nancy Bond is president and CEO of an insurance agency that bears her name. She has been an insurance broker since 1991. She earned her Associate in Risk Management (ARM) designation to serve her clients, nonprofits and schools, since many do not employ their own risk managers.

Prior to starting her work in the insurance business, Nancy was employed for eight years at Home Savings and Loan (Home Savings of America) as a teller, then in new accounts and then as the new account supervisor in management. She left banking to become a full-time mother for several years before going into business for herself.

Nancy has served on the Board of Directors for the Evangelical Lutheran Education Association since 2004, a National Association of Christian private schools and early childhood centers, numbering approximately 1,500. Her firm is their National Employee Benefits Administrator as well as a strong financial supporter of the organization.

Locally, Nancy has served on the Board of Directors for the Monrovia, California Chamber of Commerce, having her business located in Monrovia since 2000. She has served as Vice President and President of the Chamber. In 2012 she was awarded the Dick Lord award for outstanding volunteer service to the community.

Nancy studies what motivates people to action and is a nationally known speaker. Expertise on topics such as Sexual Abuse Prevention for youth serving organizations and nonprofits, fitness and personal growth, and professional ethics and boundaries are just a few.

Nancy makes her home in Monrovia, California, and enjoys being outdoors. Hiking and road cycling are her favorite fun activities.

Victor Dominguez (for a term of three years)
Victor is a native Californian, born and raised in Whittier. While working for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Fullerton, Victor earned Bachelor of Science degrees in Child & Adolescent Studies and Sociology from California State University, Fullerton. For 18 years Victor served in an executive role for the YMCA movement. Victor currently serves as Chief Strategist for the YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles as well as strategic Advisor for AltaMed Health Services, University of La Verne, LAC + USC Medical Center, and Fox Deportes. Prior to working for the YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles, Victor was the Executive Director for the YMCA of Greater Long Beach. Victor has been a National trainer for Boys & Girls Clubs of America, training adolescents in the country how to become leaders in their communities and about drug and alcohol prevention.

Some of Victor’s personal achievements include being named by the Los Angeles Dodgers as the Hero in the Community (2013), as well as being named the City of Fullerton Success Story of the year (2002). Victor has received Certificates of Appreciation for his work in the community by numerous elected officials. Victor was one of three YMCA of the USA professionals to be given the Andrew Young Award for celebrating diversity in the workplace (2006).

In addition to serving on the SCE Federal Credit Union Board of Directors since 2014, Victor is an Advisory Board Member for Delta Air Lines & Aeromexico, former Advisory Board Member for Community Bank, Member of the Cal State Los Angeles Presidents Council, past Chairman of the White Memorial Medical Center Leadership Board, Chairman of the Governing Board of the East Los Angeles Doctors Hospital, Member of the USC Keck School of Medicine Community Council, and Past Commissioner of the City of Huntington Park Health and Education Commission.