Tim Morris, Card Services Analyst at La Capitol Federal Credit Union, earned the Certified Credit Union Executive designation as a member of the 2021 graduating class of CUNA Management School, which was held July 12-21, 2021. Morris graduated with honors, was elected the class Vice President, and was chosen by his peers to receive the coveted Al Jordan Leadership and Service Award.
“We are proud of Tim’s accomplishment, and congratulate him on this tremendous achievement,” La Capitol President and CEO Mike Hooper said. “His commitment to our members is unwavering. We look forward to his leadership in helping us improve our members’ well-being.”
CUNA Certified Credit Union Executive (CCUE), instituted in 1975, is the hallmark of professional credit union achievement. Designed for credit union staff looking to gain the knowledge and experience needed to advance their career, this program teaches advanced credit union management and operations techniques.
The CCUE designation demonstrates the highest level of aptitude in credit union leadership. It is awarded after completing three years of executive education including exams, projects and an oral presentation. Morris was one of 78 attendees to graduate with a designation this year.
“78 leaders are ready to keep their credit unions thriving through leadership and collaboration,” said James Carrick, vice president of learning events at CUNA. “These new CCUE designees learned advanced credit union management and operations techniques, preparing them to advance into higher executive roles and provide leadership that engages and motivates their entire staff. I congratulate these newest CCUEs and look forward to watching them drive lasting change in the industry.”
To learn more about CUNA Management School, visit cuna.org/cms.