As a member of OneAZ Credit Union, you have a voice who serves on your Board of Directors. This year, our Board of Directors has three open positions. Board members provide strategic direction, formulate policies and ensure financial soundness of the Credit Union. Please take time to read the biographies and personal statements of the five nominees so you are prepared to vote for the candidates you feel will benefit your Credit Union.
All primary account holders over the age of 18 with an account in good standing opened at least 90 days before voting starts are eligible to vote. Voting details will be available at OneAZcu.com and on the digital information screens at every branch at a later date. Each of the five candidates nominated for three open positions have provided written statements. Each candidate’s statement is presented in his or her own words, and has not been altered by anyone at OneAZ Credit Union.
Meet the Candidates
Introducing Five Candidates for the OneAZ Credit Union Board of Directors
Jon Borge (Incumbent)
Phoenix, AZ | Member 25 years
Jon Borge is Manager, Treasury Services at Freeport-McMoRan, Inc., and is a Certified Public Accountant. He has been involved with OneAZ Credit Union for 25 years, serving on the Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee, and was an external auditor prior to his volunteer service. Jon currently serves as treasurer on the Board Executive Committee and chairman of the Board Budget Committee, and serves on the Executive Loan Committee. He has been a Big Brother for Big Brothers Big Sisters, and has served on the Phelps Dodge/Freeport employee volunteer committee.
"I believe that credit unions, being member-owned institutions, offer the best value proposition to anyone seeking financial services. I am earnestly committed to OneAZ Credit Union and our management team in providing our members with exceptional value, including useful and competitive products, outstanding service, genuine customer care, and a personal connection with our communities. The continued safety and security of our financial assets is my greatest concern and I would be honored to continue serving the membership as we grow together and strive to meet the challenges of this fast-paced, technologically advancing world."
Phoenix, AZ | Member 33 years
Georganna Meyer is an economist at The Maguire Company, and serves as an Advisory Board member for the Arizona Center for Economic Progress and a member of the JLBC Financial Advisory Committee. She previously worked as chief economist at the Arizona Department of Revenue for 30 years. Georganna is actively involved with the community as a member of the Capitol-Gateway Kiwanis Club, an administrative volunteer for Boys Hope Girls Hope and a reader for Sun Sounds of Arizona.
"I am excited about the possibility of serving on the OneAZ Credit Union Board of Directors. I have been a member of the Credit Union for 34 years. I worked at a state agency for 30 years as an economist and took great pleasure in serving the public and providing as much transparency into the revenues received by that agency as possible. I also served on a legislative committee estimating Arizona’s future revenues and continue to provide forecasts for this committee after retirement. It would be an honor and my pleasure to serve the Credit Union members."
Consuelo M. Ohanesian (Incumbent)
Phoenix, AZ | Member 26 years
Consuelo (Connie) Ohanesian is an attorney for Maricopa County. She has 22 years of volunteer service with OneAZ Credit Union, including serving on the Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee. Connie currently serves as secretary on the Board Executive Committee, and as a member of the Budget and Governance Committees. She serves as a volunteer Master Gardener advisor, and is a member of the International Contract Drafting Committee and the Organization of American States.
"I am an incumbent Board member and practicing attorney who would like to continue helping to chart our credit union’s path through these uncertain financial times. My service on the Board, work experience, and education continue to help me make good decisions on behalf of our members. My particular concerns are interest rates, fees, cybersecurity, and regulatory matters. My interests for the future include keeping members’ accounts and personal information safe, maintaining sound financial practices and continuing compliance with rules and regulations."
Martha Rozen (Incumbent)
Scottsdale, AZ | Member 36 years
Martha Rozen currently works as executive administrator for the State of Arizona. She has been actively involved with OneAZ Credit Union for 20 years, serving on the Board of Directors and as chair of the Supervisory Committee. Martha is currently vice chair of the Board Executive Committee, chair of the Governance Committee and serves on the Asset/Liability Management Committee. She is an ambassador for the World Council of Credit Unions’ Global Women’s Leadership Network.
"With almost 40 years as a state employee, 36 years as a OneAZ member, and 20 years serving on the Supervisory Committee and then the Board of Directors; my professional career and personal interests have revolved around serving others. I have admired the Credit Union's commitment to putting our members first, supporting their financial security, giving back to the community, and providing educational opportunities for everyone. As the current Board Vice-Chair and Chair of the Governance Committee, I will continue to uphold these shared values, while exploring new initiatives that help our board and members make sound financial decisions."
Glendale, AZ | Member 45 years
William Vandenbosch is a retired senior manager in the healthcare industry, with experience at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona, Banner Health, Primecare and TriWest. He served on the OneAZ Credit Union Board of Directors for 11 years, and is currently appointed as Board Advisory Director. William serves as chair for the United Cerebral Palsy of Central Arizona, a member of the Arizona State University Dean’s Advisory Committee and a member of the Healthcare Committee at Westmarc, a public-private
partnership of 15 West Valley communities.
"As a Credit Union member since 1972, I have served in various roles such as Vice Chairman, Board member, Foundation Board member and Supervisory Committee member whereby I have gained extensive knowledge in understanding the value of the Credit Union to its members. My business experience in senior management positions at TriWest Healthcare Alliance, Banner Health and Blue Cross/Blue Shield afforded me the opportunity to deal with varied organizational issues including computer conversions, human resources, wellness programs for employees and quality improvement processes. My vision is for continued growth, expansion of customer services and ongoing improvement of digital services."