Board Of Directors

Like all credit unions, the OPPA Credit Union has a board of directors responsible for setting direction and overseeing operations on behalf of its members. Directors are elected by members, and every member in good standing has the right to seek election to the board. 

The board has five key responsibilities:

  • Establishing strategic direction and regularly reviewing that direction to ensure that it responds to the changing environment in which the OPPA Credit Union operates.
  • Hiring and delegating authority to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to manage and supervise the day-to-day business of the OPPA Credit Union.
  • Monitoring the OPPA Credit Union’s performance, including financial results, progress against annual and long-term goals and plans, compliance with board policies, and effective risk management.
  • Communicating with members and other stakeholders, including reporting on progress through the Annual Report and at the Annual General Meeting.
  • Monitoring and ensuring appropriate and effective governance of the OPPA Credit Union.

 
If you have questions or comments for your board of directors, please send an email to Karen Zammit.

Board Members

We appreciate the time and effort that our directors dedicate to planning our future and ensuring that the best interests of members are always at the forefront of the OPPA Credit Union’s operation. Directors attend regular board meetings and participate on board committees.

Here is our current board of directors: 

Fred Bertucca - President
John Tod - Vice Chair
Steve Ridout - Audit Chair

Matt Lewandowski - Director

Tanya Hodgins - Director

Harold Coffin - Director

Sandy Thomas - Director

Committees

The board has established five committees to help carry out its responsibilities. In addition to serving on the board, each director participates on at least one of these committees.

  • The Governance/Executive Committee oversees the work and effectiveness of the board and its committees, and progress on strategic and annual business plans.
  • The Audit Committee oversees the work of internal and external auditors, evaluates financial statements and ensures compliance with legal and regulatory requirements.
  • The Nominating Committee oversees the recruitment, nomination, evaluation and selection of board members.
  • The CEO Performance Management Committee reviews and approves human resources policies, and manages the CEO’s performance evaluations.
  • The Policy Review Committee is responsible for developing governance policies and overseeing their implementation.
 

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