The 2019 Annual Meeting, postponed from April 2020 due to safety precautions during COVID-19, will be held virtually on Thursday, December 3, 2020 at 5pm EST.
Members who are interested in attending the virtual meeting may register for our Annual Meeting on Zoom* no later than 4:00 pm on Thursday, December 3. When registering, make sure to use the email address that is affiliated with your ACFCU membership.
The Nominating Committee is pleased to present the following nominees for three available three-year volunteer positions on the ACFCU Board of Directors.
Mr. Araya hails from Arlington’s Department of Environmental Services where he serves as Chief of the Development Services Bureau. He has been an Arlington County employee for more than 46 years and has been a member of the Credit Union for nearly 45 years. Since 1994, Luis’ volunteer work with ACFCU has included serving two years on the Supervisory Committee before becoming a Director, and he has also served as Chairman of the Board three different times. He is one of ACFCU’s foremost supporters and volunteers. Luis says, “It is an honor and a privilege to be able to serve our Credit Union and its members all these years. I am confident I can still make positive contributions serving on the Board of Directors to ensure our Credit Union continues to be one of the best financial institutions in the country that can transcend into becoming a socially responsible leader in our community.”
A native Arlingtonian and Army Reserve veteran of the Persian Gulf War, Ms. Moore is entering her 18th year with Arlington Public Schools (APS). Currently, she is the Assistant Principal of the new Dorothy Hamm Middle School. Her career started with APS in 2001 as a Business teacher at the Arlington Career Center where she taught Banking, Finance, and Investments. While at the Career Center, her students operated the first ACFCU In-School Branch, giving students and faculty the opportunity to make deposits and withdrawals during the class period. In 2006, she was honored as the Virginia Credit Union League’s Education Partner of the Year. Prior to joining Dorothy Hamm Middle School in 2019, she was Assistant Principal for two years at Washington-Liberty High School where she was a teacher for six years prior to that. Before her career in education, Lisa worked for First Virginia Bank (now BB&T) for 13 years in several positions, including Mortgage Analyst. Since 2006, Lisa’s volunteer work with ACFCU has included the Supervisory Committee, ALCO Committee, Nominating Committee, and Board Chair from 2012-2015. Lisa says she “enjoys being part of the community in which I grew up and take every possible opportunity to give back.” She has been an ACFCU member for over 15 years.
Ms. Hawkins was born in Arlington and has always lived in Northern Virginia. She graduated from Falls Church High School, attended Northern Virginia Community College, and became a Registered Nurse. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from the George Washington University and is also a CPA. Beverly has devoted her life to caring for others. She formerly served as the Assistant Controller for Budget and Reimbursement at Virginia Hospital Center. Her unique qualifications as both a Registered Nurse and CPA have given her an opportunity to present a caregiver’s perspective to financial management. Beverly has served as the DC Chapter President of the Association of Women Accountants, is an active member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association, and has sponsored a number of community-based fundraising projects for women recovering from substance abuse at Arlington-based Phoenix House of the Mid-Atlantic. Beverly has been a member of the Credit Union for nearly 30 years and lives with her husband, mother, and Labrador Retriever in the City of Fairfax.
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*Must be at least 18 years old to participate. Must be a member of ACFCU. This session may be recorded. By attending, member agrees that they may be recorded and are responsible for the presence of any person who appears in the member’s background and may not hold the credit union responsible if said person appears in any recording of the meeting (voice or video).