OneAZ Credit Union

PHOENIX (May 2, 2019)—OneAZ Credit Union is announcing its 2019 Board of Directors, including new leadership. Longtime member Martha Rozen accepted the role as chairperson of the board.

OneAZ Credit Union’s governing body is comprised of OneAZ members, elected by the credit union’s membership at large. The board’s purpose is to provide strategic direction, formulate policies and ensure the financial soundness of the Credit Union.

“We’re incredibly grateful to our board of directors. They’ve spent years dedicated to making OneAZ Credit Union a strong, stable and secure Credit Union committed to providing products and services to help our members meet and exceed their financial goals,” said David Doss, President and CEO of OneAZ Credit Union.

Rozen brings extensive leadership experience to her new role, currently working as executive administrator for the State of Arizona. She has been actively involved with OneAZ for 20 years, serving on its board of directors and supervisory committee. In 2018, Rozen served as the vice chair of the board, chair of the governance committee and served on the asset/liability management committee. She is also an ambassador for the World Council of Credit Unions’ Global Women’s Leadership Network.

“I’m honored with this opportunity to lead OneAZ’s talented board of directors and am committed to continuing to build upon the standards of excellence established by those who preceded me.” said Rozen.

Three members were elected to the OneAZ Board of Directors in 2019, including two incumbent directors, Joseph C. Smith and Ray O’Connor, and new treasurer, Ryan Williams, who previously served as an advisory director. For a complete list of the 2019 Board of Directors, click here.

About OneAZ Credit Union
As a Credit Union, OneAZ is owned by its members and its earnings are returned to its members in the form of better interest rates and lower fees for service. With 20 locations, more than 140,000 members and $2.0 billion in assets, OneAZ Credit Union has been serving Arizona since 1951, when two state employees recognized the need for a member-owned credit union. To learn more, visit Insured by NCUA.


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