CUNA HR & Organizational Development Council Annual Awards Presentation | 2022-04-28

The brightest stars in human resources and organizational development from the credit union movement were honored at an awards luncheon at the CUNA Human Resources and Organizational Development Council Conference, 24-27 April 2022, at the Hilton Lake Buena Vista in Orlando, Florida. The winners and their achievements will be featured in an upcoming issue of Credit Union Magazine.

“HR and organizational development professionals continue to face unprecedented challenges within their credit unions. Despite this, members of our community have stepped forward to convert these challenges into opportunities to provide even stronger solutions to their colleagues, members and communities,” said Jan Johnson, HROD Council Vice Chair, Chair of the Rewards and Recognition Committee, and Executive Vice President of Organizational Agility at Royal Credit Union. “We honor and appreciate their collaboration and leadership within the credit union movement. »

Recognition Award Winners:

  • Dawn Bartelldirector of operations at Community First Federal Credit Union in Lakeview, Michigan, won the 2022 Professional of the Year Award. This award recognizes an individual who consistently excels in creating value for their employer, elevating HR or organizational development functions within their organization, and contributing to the credit union movement.
  • Nicole GabyDirector of Human Resources, Financial Plus Credit Union in Flint, Michigan, was appointed on Rising Star 2022which recognizes an emerging credit union professional in HR or organizational development.
  • Marianne ScarzelloDirector of Human Resources, Tucson Old Pueblo Credit Union in Tucson, Arizona, was appointed on Top Community Contributor 2022which recognizes the value and expertise shared with peers through collaboration within the CUNA Council community.

HR and Organizational Development Excellence Award Winners:

  • University of Michigan Credit Union in Ann Arbor, Michigan, was named Best of Show, Employee Engagement, Assets Over $1 billion for their “Leadership Development Camp” bid.
  • Category: Employee engagement (assets less than $499 million)
    Caisse Populaire d’Epargne ElectroSaint Louis
    Winning entry: Culture and Covid
  • Category: Employee Engagement (Assets Over $1 Billion)
    University of Michigan Credit UnionAnn Arbor, Mich.
    Winning Entry: Celebrating UMCU’s Success
  • Category: Innovative People Development (Assets below $499 million)
    Caisse Populaire d’Epargne ElectroSaint Louis
    Winning Entry: Power Leaders Professional Development Program
  • Category: Innovative People Development (assets over $1 billion)
    Consumer Credit UnionGurnee, Ill.
    Winning Entry: Learning and Development Strategy
  • Category: Management practices (assets less than $499 million)
    Minnesota Credit Union NetworkSt. Paul, Minn.
    Winning entry: Tim Tacheny – Minnesota Credit Union Network
  • Category: Management Practices (Assets Over $1 Billion)
    Caisse Populaire iQ, Vancouver, Wash.
    Winning Entry: Inclusion and Belonging to iQ Credit Union

Aubrey L. Morgan