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MCT Federal Credit Union adds three new supervisory committee members.

The MCT Federal Credit Union board of directors has recently appointed three new supervisory committee members: Eileen Steinkraus, Janet Williams and Roger Pisha.

All three supervisory committee members currently work for Montgomery County Public Schools or are recently retired from the school system.

Steinkraus retired from MOPS in 2006 after working for the school system for 37 years. She worked for 20 years at Blair High School, where she saw the influence of MOT's in-school branch. Steinkraus also served on Rockville, Md.-based credit union board of directors from 1984 to 1998.

Pisha serves as a supervisor for MOPS' office of shared accountability. He and his staff of auditors perform a risk analysis of MOPS, and give recommendations to leadership on activities reviewed. Pisha works with the Maryland State Department of Education and the Office of Public School Construction Program on school system audits. Additionally, Pisha and his staff ensure that schools comply with federal, state and local laws, along with MOPS policies and regulations.

Williams is the senior accountant with the division of controller of MOPS. In this role, Williams develops, maintains and reviews business and system processes. Before joining MOPS in 2001, Janet worked in a diverse range of accounting environments for over 20 years, including not-for-profit environmental organizations, small business government contracting and public accounting. Williams is a firm believer in the strength of credit unions.

Rounding out the MCT FCU supervisory committee are Chairman Simon Seaforth and Karen Wassman, who are both MOPS employees.
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Title Annotation:GOVERNANCE
Publication:Credit Union Times
Date:Sep 23, 2009
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