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Meghan Jamison Wins 2018 Young Professional of the Year
Friday, August 3, 2018 6:50 AM

Mike Delker with Meghan Jamison
Cornerstone SVP Credit Union Relations Mike Delker presents the 2018 Young Professional of the Year award to Meghan Jamison.

During yesterday's Young Professionals Conference in Houston, Cornerstone Credit Union League named Meghan Jamison the 2018 Young Professional of the Year.

Jamison, lending member/solutions support at Tarrant County's Credit Union in Fort Worth, has a passion for the credit union movement and takes great pride in TCCU. She is dedicated to all things advocacy and all things young professional, for which she contributes significant personal time. And what an example of excellence she has set.

Since she became a YP Advisor in 2016, Jamison has served on various outreach and advocacy committees, and she has even chaired some. She has attended many advocacy events, such as CUNA and Cornerstone GAC conferences, and she was chosen by the Cooperative Trust as a Texas Crasher at the CUNA GAC. She was also chosen to represent YPs during the Cornerstone's Hike the Hill Event in DC.

Jamison's dedication to advocacy makes her an outstanding representative of the CU:ROAR grassroots campaign. As the captain of her credit union's ROAR team, she serves as her credit union's advocacy coordinator, leads the MAP initiative, and promotes her PAC.

Jamison regularly volunteers for her credit union's community events as a participant and in working the booths. Not only will you often see her face at Cornerstone conferences, workshops, and seminars, where she promotes credit union advocacy as a YP Advisor, she also makes sure that her colleagues at those events see a significant YP presence. She is committed to furthering YP engagement in chapters across Texas and closer to home in the Dallas, Fort Worth, and Wichita Falls chapters.

Over the last two years, Jamison has hosted 20—twenty!—YP meetups and workshops. She recently entered into Cornerstone's Mentorship and Collaboration Program, and as a YP Alumni, she now mentors new YP Advisors. High among her many other accomplishments, she is a proud Credit Union Development Educator, Class of April 2018. 

Carla Reeves, executive vice president at Tarrant County's Credit Union in Fort Worth, says of Jamison, "Meghan is a perfect example of what the YP program can produce—young professionals in our industry who are engaged in the movement and determined to secure the future of credit unions in the financial industry."

Cornerstone congratulates the 2018 Young Professional of the Year, a person who embodies what it means to lead today's YP movement in credit unions, Meghan Jamison.