Rogue Credit Union Supervisory Committee
Credit Union Member Since 2012
Education Background: Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Accounting from Southern Oregon University
"What an honor to serve as a volunteer at Rogue Credit Union. I bring an accounting background of tax and audit to the Supervisory Committee. Rogue Credit Union is an organization with their central focus on members, the community, and employee betterment. The positive and professional atmosphere starts with a healthy tone at the top that trickles down the entire organization. I look forward to being a part of what the future holds for Rogue Credit Union, it's members, and the community it reaches."
In my last post I discussed the concept of Living Local, and why it really is a Rogue thing. You can read that blog here if you missed it. I also mentioned that I would share with you what a credit union is and why a not-for-profit cooperative is truly different from other financial services providers.
Today, I wanted to share with you what makes a credit union different. If you’re like most members, you understand that there is a difference. As we often discuss that when you join a credit union like Rogue Credit Union, you become an owner. But today I wanted to take it a step further and help explain what this really means and why it matters.
You hear it from your credit union often… “Living Local …it’s a ROGUE thing!” and members often ask what does that really mean? Your Rogue team has worked very hard to make it much more than just another tagline. We firmly believe that a "ROGUE thing" is all about YOU, where you have a voice. It’s more than having a loan or a checking account… it’s about being part of something bigger, something that benefits you and those in our community. I firmly believe you have to experience it to see the Rogue Difference!