Two from MS honored with induction into African-American CU Coalition Hall of Fame
Posted April 1, 2015 by Mississippi Credit Union Association
Two of Mississippi's extraordinary credit union leaders were among the four total that were in the inaugural class of the African-American Credit Union Coalition Hall of Fame.
William Bynum, president/CEO of Hope Credit Union, and Clarence Hall Jr., president/CEO of Issaquena County Federal Credit Union were recognized for their AACUC Hall of Fame induction at the Renaissance Hotel in Washington, D.C., at a reception in conjunction with CUNA's Governmental Affairs Conference.
"The men and women represented in this Hall of Fame have provided expertise in leadership, governance, strategic thinking, bridge building and finance, among other attributes," said Lynette Smith, AACUC chairwoman. "The AACUC would not be the organization that it is today without the influence of the Hall of Famers--we stand on the shoulders of giants." (CUNA News Now, 03/10/15)
Pictured below, AACUC Hall of Fame 2015 inductees Clarence Hall Jr. (left) and William Bynum (right)