Each year credit union members elect volunteers from among the membership to serve on the Board of Directors. This year five positions are open for terms of three years. If there are no more nominees than positions available, ballots will not be sent out, and there will be no nominations from the floor. The nominees will be declared elected by consent at the Annual Membership Meeting on Saturday, May 13, 2023. If we have more nominees than open positions, an election will be conducted by ballot to all members of the voting age according to our bylaws (16 years of age and over).
Other members interested in running for election may submit a petition signed by 254 credit union members. (This number equals 1% of our membership as of November 30, 2022*)
Petitions must include signatures and account numbers for membership verification. Petitions submitted must also include a brief biographical statement of qualifications, including the petitioner’s affiliation with Spectra Credit Union (and other credit unions), a statement from the petitioner of willingness to serve if elected, and career highlights. Petitions must be submitted no later than March 29, 2023.
Monday, February 27, 2023
Nominees announced and petitions requested
Wednesday, March 29, 2023
Nomination by petition closes
Saturday, April 8, 2023
All nominees by committee and petition (posted in CU offices)
Thursday, April 13, 2023
Monday, May 8, 2023
Saturday, May 13, 2023, 10:00am
Via video conference call; election results announced
Angel Callahan, Ph.D. (incumbent) – Angelina joined Spectra in 2011 when shopping for used car loans on a college student’s budget. A loyal-- and delighted-- customer since, she began volunteering on the Board of Directors in 2014, first as an Associate Director. After graduation, she served several years as NRL Historian and is now Historian to the Secretary of the Navy where she provides research and analysis to Navy leadership, professional societies, and educational institutions. She also volunteers on the executive council for the Society for the History of Technology and a steering group for the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Angelina still enjoys frequent collaboration with NRL researchers and leadership. Angelina currently serves on the Governance Committee.
Scott Moran (incumbent) - Scott Moran (Captain, USN, retired) is a Vice President at STR, a defense technology company, where he oversees a portfolio of programs supporting national security needs. His military career included command tours at sea (carrier-based aircraft squadron) and ashore (Naval Research Laboratory (NRL)). He holds engineering degrees from MIT (BS) and the Naval Postgraduate School (MS). He graduated from the U.S. Navy Test Pilot School and earned a second MS degree at the Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy. He is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP). Scott currently serves on the Governance Committee.
Trina Petty (incumbent) -Trina Petty is a retiree from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Office of Inspector General, where she served as the Deputy Assistant Inspector General for Management/Director of Human Resources. Her 42 years of service included human resources operations/management, business and financial management, strategic planning, mentoring, training, and development, and serving as a leader for various career-building opportunities. Trina also served in the United States Army National Guard for 6 years. She earned her Bachelor of Science (BS) Degree in Industrial Psychology from Hampton University and her Master of Science (MS) in Management with a Human Resources Concentration from the former University of Maryland University College (UMUC). Trina currently serves on the Governance Committee.
Jeffrey Bowles, Ph.D. (incumbent) – Jeffrey Bowles has held various positions at the Naval Research Laboratory over the last 30 years. Starting as an Office of Naval Technology Postdoctoral Fellow, he then spent a short period as a contractor before becoming a federal employee. His primary work has involved building hardware and developing algorithms and methods in the field of imaging spectrometry. He currently serves as a Branch Head in the Remote Sensing Division. He earned his BS from California State University, Northridge, and followed that with MS and Ph.D. degrees in physics from the University of California, Irvine. Jeff currently serves as the Chair of the Assets and Liability Committee.
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