Georgia United Credit Union Celebrates CEO and President Debbie Smith Joining CUNA Board of Directors
DULUTH, GA — Georgia United Credit Union is proud to announce that CEO and President Debbie Smith was elected to the Class C CUNA Board of Directors.
The CUNA Board of Directors represents credit unions of all sizes and geographical locations. Debbie’s term begins on February 28, 2022, and will run through the 2025 CUNA Annual General Meeting.
Debbie has been with Georgia United for more than 20 years, serving in several executive roles before being appointed CEO in 2013. Debbie brings over 30 years of experience in organizational, people and cultural development, strategy and policy development, cost reduction and a storied history in civic and community work. Debbie has also been an advocate of the credit union philosophy for many years, serving on the Credit Union Advisory Board since 1984.
“It’s an honor to serve and represent Georgia United in this capacity,” said Georgia United President and CEO, Debbie Smith. “This opportunity is only possible with the confidence and support of the Georgia United Board of Directors, members and team members. I look forward to collectively creating positive and impactful differences for credit unions of all sizes. I am humbled for this opportunity and will be forever grateful.”
ABOUT GEORGIA UNITED CREDIT UNION:
Georgia United Credit Union has had the honor of serving Georgia families and impacting the communities they serve for over 60 years. Headquartered in Duluth, Georgia United is ranked as one of the state’s largest credit unions with over $1.8 billion in assets and serves more than 170,000 members with innovative digital banking solutions and full-service branch locations. As a leader in the financial industry, Georgia United has been recognized by Forbes as a Best-In-State Credit Union for three consecutive years. As a purpose driven organization, they are passionate about supporting causes and impactful programs that enrich the lives of their members, team members and communities. Visit gucu.org to learn more.