Cornerstone Board of Directors & Officers

Call for Nominations

Now seeking applications for Associate Directors

Cornerstone District MapThe Cornerstone League’s board of directors is comprised of 18 voting directors from six regions, represented by one director each from three asset-size categories; and 3 associate directors designated for at least one volunteer and one young professional and a third to be either a volunteer or young professional. The board is a democratic reflection of the League, representing nearly 600 member credit unions ranging from the smallest to the largest credit unions from Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas.

REGION 1
South East TX
REGION 2
South Central TX
REGION 3
West TX
REGION 4
Oklahoma
REGION 5
Arkansas
REGION 6
North East TX

Kenny Harrington, Chairman
Region 1, Asset Category 2

Kenny HarringtonKenny Harrington—who began his career with a credit union in 1986, is president and CEO of MemberSource Credit Union, Houston, Texas. He was elected to the League board in 2012. Harrington has been a director of Credit Union Resources since 2002. He served as Resources chairman from 2013 to 2015. During this time he served as a trustee of the Foundation. He is a member of CUNA's 2014-15 Special CUNA Structure & Governance Task Force. He is a member of CUES and served the Houston Chapter of Credit Unions (1999-2007) as a director, during which time he served as vice president (2007) and treasurer (2003-2006). Harrington is a Certified Credit Union Executive, earning his designation in 2000. He and his wife Janis have two children, Trey and Ryan.

Michael Kloiber, Vice Chairman
Region 4, Asset Category 3

Michael KloiberMichael Kloiber is President and CEO of Tinker Federal Credit Union, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Kloiber began his career with credit unions in 1988, following 10 years in banking. He has served in his current capacity for more than 17 years. Kloiber is a board member and past chairman of the Credit Union Association of Oklahoma, and the Credit Union Shared Service Centers, Inc. of Oklahoma. He also serves as a board member and the past treasurer of the Oklahoma City Council of the Navy League of the United States, and he is a director and past chairman with the Better Business Bureau of Central Oklahoma. Currently, Kloiber serves on the board of the Defense Credit Union Council, and serves on the board as the past chairman of the Midwest City Chamber of Commerce. A highlight of his career was the three years he served on the Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council Member for Chairman Bernanke, and the board of governors for the Federal Reserve Bank in Washington, D.C. Kloiber is married to Pam and enjoys racquetball, holidays, and fishing. Oh, by the way, he really loves Credit Unions and our industry, too!

Windy K. Campbell, Secretary
Region 5, Asset Category 2

Windy CampbellCampbell became president and CEO of Arkansas Employees FCU in 2014. Prior to that, she had been president and CEO of Electric Cooperatives FCU for over 10 years. As League Secretary, she also chairs the Cornerstone Governmental Affairs Committee. She is a Credit Union Development Educator and Southwest CUNA Management School (SCMS) graduate (2008). Campbell has served as a board member with SCMSAA since 2009. She served on the Arkansas CU League Board from 2005-2013. In addition, she has been a Central Arkansas Chapter officer since 2005, and CUNA’s Small Credit Union Committee member since 2011. Campbell—who enjoys music, reading, movies, and sports—is also a Sunday School teacher and does mission work for her church in the community and abroad. She and her husband Steve have a daughter, Jessica Crow.

James S. Tuggle, Treasurer
Region 1, Asset Category 1

James TuggleJames Tuggle is president and CEO of Transtar Federal Credit Union, Houston, Texas. Tuggle has been involved with credit unions since 1989 and is a graduate of Southwest CUNA Management School. He has also served as president (2009-2010) of the Houston Chapter of Credit Unions, as a TCUL PAC Trustee (2009-2010), and was the 2008 Southwest CUNA Management School class president. Tuggle actively supports advocacy and small credit union initiatives. He and his wife Dorinda have a son, James S. Tuggle IV. Additionally, Tuggle enjoys fishing, golfing, little league baseball with my son, and volunteering with La Rosa Family Services.

Paul A. Trylko, Past Chairman
Region 2, Asset Category 3

Paul TrylkoPaul Trylko is president and CEO of Amplify Federal Credit Union, Austin, Texas, having been involved with credit unions since 1979. He was elected to the League board in 2008. Trylko has been involved with the Ultradata Users Group Executive Board as board president and member, the Alliance of Austin Credit Unions as founder and president, Texas Credit Union League MSB Conversion Task Force, the Credit Union Business Solutions Board as chairman, Credit Union Executives Society, and is a member of the CUNA Examination & Supervision Subcommittee. Trylko has also traveled to Poland to represent the League's credit unions at the World Council of Credit Unions and has traveled to Brazil to represent the League as part of a credit union exchange program. He is also a member of the Pflugerville Community Church as elder. He was named CEO of the Year by the National Association of Federal Credit Unions for 2013. In 2012, he was named one of Austin’s Best CEOs by the Austin Business Journal and he led Amplify to an award for Best Customer Service from the Austin Chamber of Commerce. He and his wife Debbie have two children, Tammy and Beth, with whom they enjoy sports and travel.

Joshua Atkinson
YP Associate Director

Joshua AtkinsonJoshua Atkinson is a Risk Specialist with United Community CU in Galena Park, Texas, having been with the credit union since 2012.  He began his credit union career in 2010.  He is a University of Houston graduate with psychology and economics degrees.  Joshua is a CUYP Representative and has earned his CUDE, CUCE and BSACS designations.  Joshua was selected as the CUNA GAC Crasher from Texas in 2014.  With the Houston Credit Union Chapter during 2014-2015, he chaired the March Madness fundraiser, co-chaired the Top Golf Tournament fundraiser, and volunteered at the Chapter’s State Capitol Advocacy Bus Trip.

In his community, he is involved with Big Brothers/Big Sisters.  In June of 2015, Joshua will be participating in the Living Water International Mission Trip to Nicaragua.  His special interests and involvements include sports and mental health awareness.

Jason Boesch
Region 4, Asset Category 1

Jason BoeschJason Boesch has served as manager of Energize Credit Union, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, since 1997. He is a director with the National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors and has served the Credit Union Association of Oklahoma as a director, government affairs committee chairman, and audit committee chairman. He is Vice Chairman of OCUPAC Trustees. Boesch is also a State Credit Union Board director, and was the recipient of the 2011 CUAOK Troy Higgins Political Activist of the Year Award. In 2015, Boesch was the recipient of Cornerstone's Small Credit Union Achievers Award. Boesch is an Army JAG where he has served in the Guard/Reserves for 13 years. He is also a member of the Oklahoma City Downtown Club, the Oklahoma State University Accounting Board, and the Oklahoma Sirloin Club. He enjoys farming and sports, and he and his wife Candice have a son, Jacob.

James Boyd
Region 3, Asset Category 3

James BoydJames Boyd is CEO—a position he has held since 1992—of Abilene Teachers Federal Credit Union, Abilene, Texas, where he has been employed since 1984. Boyd has served as a chapter president. He was elected to the League Board in 2004 and he served as Secretary-Treasurer (2012-2013). Boyd  also served the Credit Union Resources Board (2009-2011). He is Vice Chairman of Cornerstone's Governmental Affairs Committee and is a member of the CUNA Cooperative Alliance Committee. He is a Southwest CUNA Management School graduate (1993), and has been involved with the Abilene Education Council, including service as past chairman; past chairman of the Texas Scholars Committee; and currently chairs the Abilene March for Babies Campaign. Boyd, a scholar of military history, has four children and is married to Karen.

Jim Brisendine
Region 6, Asset Category 3

Jim BrisendineJim Brisendine is president and CEO of Resource One Credit Union, Dallas, Texas. He began his career with credit unions in 1976, was elected to the League board in 2008, and serves as the chairman of Cornerstone's Awareness & Outreach Committee, and is a member of the CUNA State Credit Union Subcommittee. Brisendine is a Southwest CUNA Management School graduate (1988) as an honor student. Brisendine and his wife Liz have a son Kyle. Brisendine enjoys playing golf and traveling with family and friends.

Z. Suzanne Chism
Region 6, Asset Category 1

Suzanne Chism

Suzanne Chism began her involvement with credit unions as a volunteer, serving on the Credit Union’s Board of Directors (1977-80) and since 1980 as President and CEO of Texas Health Resources CU in Dallas, Texas. 

Chism considers training and education a priority for credit unions and she leads by example: She has earned her CCUE designation and graduated from Southwest CUNA Management School (1990) and serves on the SCMS Alumni Board.  She also served on the Dallas Chapter board.  Chism has served on the League board of directors since 1999 upon her election to the Texas Credit Union League board. Throughout these years, she has served on numerous League committees, including the Executive Committee and as Director on the Credit Union Resources Board (2002-2013).  Presently, she is Chairman of the TCCUL PAC Trustees and is a member of the CUNA Awards Committee.

In her community, Chism is the VIPS (Volunteer in Police Service) Coordinator in Rowlett, serves as a SART (Sexual Assault Responsive Team) member, and is a member CERT.  She enjoys traveling, reading and spending time with friends.

Curtis C. Collins
Volunteer Associate Director

Curtis CollinsCurtis Collins is Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of JSC FCU in Houston having served on the Board for 33 years; he began volunteering at the CU in 1965 as a member of the Credit Committee. Collins is a University of Houston graduate in business administration and human resources. In 2000 he earned his CUDE designation.  He served on the faculty of Southwest CUNA Management School. He also served on the Texas [now Cornerstone] Foundation Board (including 3 years as Chairman), and on the National Credit Union Foundation Board.

He originated the Houston Chapter Credit Union Volunteer Association having served as chairman and facilitating monthly programs for 15 years. He was named the League’s Credit Union Volunteer of the Year in 2003 and in 2010 inducted in the Texas Credit Union Hall of Leaders. Twice NAFCU named Collins Volunteer of the Year (in 2011 and 2000), and in 2011 the Credit Union Magazine awarded him the Trailblazer Volunteer of the Year Award.  

For over 50 years, Collins has worked in human resources management, spacecraft program and administrative support, and center operations support for the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston and received numerous awards including being named the Houston Area Professional Federal Employee of the Year in 1986.  Collins enjoys golf and traveling and he and his wife Barbara have 3 adult children and 7 grandchildren.

Nancy Croix Stroud
Region 3, Asset Category 1

Nancy Croix StroudNancy Croix-Stroud has served as president and CEO since 2000 of First Class American Credit Union, Fort Worth, Texas, having worked in the credit union industry since 1974. Croix-Stroud has been on the League Board since 2006 and is chairman of the Cornerstone Audit Committee. Croix-Stroud is a 1990 graduate of Southwest CUNA Management School, received her CUDE designation in the class of 2012, and considers education one of her passions. She considers herself an advocate for the industry and has been an active participant in Texas GAC and CUNA GAC. Croix-Stroud presently serves on the CMNH National Advisory Board for CU4Kids. She is also active in the chapter, serves as the PAC liaison, and has baked hundreds of cakes for CU fundraising causes. She is married to Dennis L. Stroud and enjoys fishing, antiques, theater, reading, and spending time with their grandchildren.

Sherry Gray
Region 5, Asset Category 3

Sherry GraySherry Gray is President and CEO of Northeast Arkansas FCU, Blytheville, Arkansas, a position she has held since 2013; having begun working with the credit union in 2005. Gray is an Arkansas State University graduate with a marketing degree, and is a graduate of Mid South School of Banking. Gray is an ARCUPAC Trustee and a strong advocate in support of the PAC. She is involved in the community which includes being a member of the Governmental Affairs Committee of the Jonesboro Regional Chamber of Commerce.

L. Wayne Mansur
Region 6, Asset Category 2

Wayne MansurWayne Mansur is president and CEO of Texoma Community Credit Union, Wichita Falls, Texas. He has served in his current position for over 20 years after entering the industry in 1982. Presently, he is Chair of the League's TX Governmental Affairs Subcommittee. Mansur is a former Texas Credit Union League director two different times and has served on various committees—education, TCUL-PAC, and Governance Task Force. Mansur was also involved as past president of the El Paso and Wichita Falls chapters. Mansur has also been involved with the Northwest Texas Council Boy Scouts of America as council president, ALCOA/Howmet Foundation as a director, United Way as a director, and Faith Village Church of Christ as deacon and Bible class teacher. He is married to Violet, has a son Shawn, and enjoys bicycling, scouting, hiking, camping, and gardening.

Nikki Moore
YP Associate Director

Nikki MooreNikki Moore is Executive Vice President with Space City CU in Houston, a position she has held since 2012. She began her credit union career in 2008, upon graduation from University of Houston with a marketing degree. She has attained her CUDE, CUCE and BSACS designations and is a Southwest CUNA Management School graduate. She is Chairman of the Cornerstone League’s Member Engagement Committee. In the past, she served as education chairman of the League’s Marketing and Business Development Council, and was selected as a Cornerstone YP Advisor for the 2012 Inaugural YP Group. Presently, Moore serves on the Houston Chapter Board; and, serves on the Community College Banking & Finance Program Advisory Committee, and the East End Chamber of Commerce Education Symposium Committee and the Scholarship Committee. Her special interests include gardening, traveling, church and spending time with family.

Carol Murray
Region 2, Asset Category 1

Carol MurrayCarol Murray is on the board and supervisory committee chair of the Express-News Federal Credit Union, San Antonio, Texas. She has served the industry since 1984. Murray is a graduate of the Southwest CUNA Management School (1987) and has served the Alamo Chapter as president, the Steering Committee for Alamo Chapter Credit Unions for Kids as chairman (2001) which won the Dora Maxwell Award for the Alamo Chapter. Murray is married to Thomas J. Murray Jr. has two sons and four grandchildren. She and her husband enjoy traveling and spending time with grandchildren. Murray also enjoys old movies, reading, and occasional bike rides along the San Antonio River with her husband.

Robert C. Peterson
Region 3, Asset Category 2

Robert PetersonBob Peterson is president of One Source Federal Credit Union, El Paso, Texas, a role he has served in since 2007. Prior to that appointment, Peterson served as director and officer of that organization, and was the owner and principal consultant of Peterson Consulting, a business and management consulting company in El Paso. Peterson is a past recipient of the Texas Credit Union League Volunteer of the Year Award (2000) and has served the Texas Credit Union Foundation as trustee and chairman. Peterson has served on the League Board since 2008 upon election to the Texas Credit Union League Board of Directors and served as Secretary-Treasurer and Vice Chairman. He currently also serves on the Credit Union Resources Board (since 2009), and chairs the League International Credit Union Relationship Committee, and founding member and chairman of Friends of Consumer Freedom, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting financial literacy. He also holds the industry CCUE and CFSP designations. He is engaged in a number of additional community initiatives in El Paso, including business mentorships, foundation governance, leadership development, and Rotary membership. He and his wife Lillian have two sons, Ryan and Barry, and a daughter, Kyle.

Linda Stanton
Region 5, Asset Category 1

Linda StantonLinda Stanton is President and CEO of Union Pacific of Arkansas FCU in North Little Rock, Arkansas, a positon she has held since 2005; she originally joined the credit union staff in 1989 as a teller. Linda initially became involved with credit unions in 1979, when she stuffed statements for Kirtland FCU in Albuquerque, NM.  She graduated from Park University with a BS in Management, and is a 2006 graduate of Southwest CUNA Management School, where she was Class Secretary. She has served on the Central Arkansas Chapter Board, where she held two terms as President, two terms as Vice President and two terms as Secretary.  She currently sits on the Board of the CSX/UP Association (Nat’l Association of Railroad CUs) and on the Board of ARCUSO (AR indirect lending CUSO), where she represents the Class C investors  Linda has been married to her husband Rick for 41 years, and they have 2 children and 4 grandchildren. She enjoys crafting, shopping, reading, cooking and traveling, (especially cruising!)

JoBetsy Tyler
Region 2, Asset Category 2

JoBetsy TylerJoBetsy Tyler is president of First Central Credit Union, Waco, Texas, and has been involved with credit unions since 1984. She is a member of the Central Texas Chapter of Credit Unions, having served as secretary, auditor, and on the golf tournament committee. Tyler was elected to the League board in 2012. Having served on League committees, presently she chairs the Leadesrhip Development Committee. In the community, Tyler is involved as a board member of the Baylor-Waco Foundation, a Junior League of Waco Sustainer, Boy Scout Troop 497, Columbus Avenue Baptist Church, and as a volunteer with Midway ISD PTA. She and her husband Mike have three children, Paige, Zack, and Blake.

Gina A. Wilson
Region 4, Asset Category 2

Gina WilsonGina Wilson is president and CEO of Oklahoma Central Credit Union, Tulsa, Okla. She has been involved with credit unions since 1983 and is a graduate of Southwest CUNA Management School. Presently she is Vice Chair of the League's Awareness & Outreach Committee and is a member of CUNA's State Credit Union Subcommittee. She is a former trustee of OCUPAC (2001-2007), a former board member of CU House LLC (2006-2011), and former chairman of the Credit Union Association of Oklahoma board of directors (2006 - 2013). She currently serves as board member on State Credit Union Board for the Oklahoma Banking Department, CUES member, and City of Jenks Board of Adjustment member. Wilson and her husband Phillip have two children, Tony and Nick. Wilson’s special interests and hobbies include riding her Harley and spending time with her children and granddaughter.

Paul Withey
Region 1, Asset Category 3

Paul WitheyDr. Paul Withey is a director on the board of Members Choice Credit Union in Houston and has worked in the credit union industry since 1997. Dr. Withey is a 2005 graduate of Southwest CUNA Management School and is a Dale Carnegie graduate. Dr. Withey is also an adjunct professor, teaching management and technology courses at a local university. Additional designations include Houston Chapter of Credit Unions Board of Directors from 2004-2010 holding the officer positions of president, vice president, and treasurer, TCCUL PAC Trustee 2010-2012, Texas Credit Union Legislative Affairs Committee member 2012 to present, League director 2012, and in 2012, the South Belt Ellington Chamber of Commerce named him the Chamber Member of the Year.