The Indiana Credit Union League's Professional Achievement Award was created in 1990 to recognize paid credit union managers who have selflessly given of themselves to promote the credit union ideal and better the credit union movement in Indiana.
METHOD: The Awards Committee may select one person per year based upon the criteria relating to credit union, chapter, League, national, volunteer and community activities. The Awards Committee or leadership of any chapter or credit union in Indiana may submit names by completing and returning the nomination form.
RECOGNITION: The winner will be announced at the annual convention. In addition, the recipient’s name will be added to a plaque in the lobby area of the League's office that lists winners of this award.
ELIGIBILITY: The nominee must be a paid, full-time manager/CEO of a League-affiliated credit union. Current directors and employees of the League and Servicecorp are not eligible to receive the award.
CRITERIA: Candidates for the Professional Achievement Award must:
- Be in good standing in the community.
- Understand and personify the credit union philosophy of “People Helping People.”
- Promote the credit union ideal and actively demonstrate loyalty to the entire organized credit union movement.
- Exhibit leadership and management ability.
- Be able to coordinate and work with volunteers and paid staff.
- Have a record of success in maintaining or improving the financial fitness of his/her own credit union.
- Exhibit an unselfish devotion to his/her duties as a credit union professional.
- Be dedicated to and believe in the importance and value of continuing education and training.
- Have success in the development and expansion of services to members of his/her own credit union.
Click here for nomination form.