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Steven Stapp

Director - Credit Union National Association (CUNA)

Steven Stapp

Steven Stapp, a member of World Council of Credit Unions' board of directors, represents the U.S credit union movement as president/CEO of San Francisco Federal Credit Union in San Francisco, Calif. Headquartered in Madison, Wis., USA, World Council is the leading international trade association and development agency for credit unions. Worldwide, 57,000 credit unions in 103 countries serve 208,000,000 people. The regional and national credit union and financial cooperative associations affiliated with World Council represent 55 countries around the globe.

Stapp, appointed to the World Council board in 2013, has been president/CEO of San Francisco Federal Credit Union since 2008, where he serves a multicultural membership in a technologically progressive city. Stapp and his credit union have been very involved in the global credit union movement and serve a broad base of immigrant taxi drivers. The credit union is community chartered in San Francisco and has 115 employees, 32,000 members and US$830 million in assets (as of 2013).

Stapp serves on CUNA's World Leadership Development Committee and has been actively involved in World Council's global credit union movement. He served as director of Financial Service Centers Cooperative, Inc. (FSCC), a leading shared branching network, from 2001 to 2011, during which time he served as board chair from 2009 to 2011. He also serves as director of Co-op Shared Branching Network.

Stapp holds a bachelor's degree from Sacramento State University and is a certified public accountant.

 

 


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