Committees

Executive Committee
  • Patrick Ida, Chair
  • Peter A. Reale
  • Shawn M. Hayes
  • Anne C. Dreimiller
Role of the Executive Committee

The executive committee is designed to carry out special assignments of the board and to deal with issues between board meetings.


Personnel Committee
  • Jodi J. Gibbs
  • Patrick R. Ida
  • Peter A. Reale
  • William Morse
  • Shawn M. Hayes
  • Amy M. Manfred
  • Pamela J. Nolan
Role of the Personnel Committee

The Personnel Committee is available to provide guidance and support to management as it implements employee staffing, and develops draft board performance management and compensation policies.


Budget Committee
  • Cory F. Phinney, Chair
  • Patrick R. Ida
  • Anne C. Dreimiller
  • Shawn M. Hayes
  • William Morse
Role of the Budget Committee

In an effort to ensure the credit union as a whole maintains fiscal responsibility, the Budget Committee reviews discusses and approve departmental budgets drafted by management for each fiscal year. The full board sees actual results compared to the budget on a monthly basis.


Building Committee
  • Peter A. Reale, Chair
  • Jodi J. Gibbs
  • John F. Lenhart
  • Pat Ida
  • Pamela J. Nolan, Chief Operating Officer
  • Shawn M. Hayes, President/CEO
  • Karen M. Bennett, Director of Lending
  • Amy M. Manfred, Executive Assistant
  • Cory F. Phinney, Chief Financial Officer
Role of the Building Committee

The Building Committee is available to provide guidance and support to management in the maintenance of existing properties and in the analysis and construction of new ones.


Security Officers
  • Peter A. Reale
  • Shawn M. Hayes
Role of the Security Officers

The Security Committee is available to assist management with providing for the safety of credit union facilities, staff, and members.


Asset Liability/Liquidity/Investment Committee (ALCO)
  • Cory F. Phinney, Chief Financial Officer, Chair
  • Shawn M. Hayes, President/CEO
  • Karen M. Bennett, Director of Lending
  • Pamela J. Nolan, Chief Operating Officer
  • Amy M. Manfred, Executive & HR Administrator
  • Peter A. Reale
  • Patrick R. Ida
  • John F. Lenhart
  • William Morse
Role of ALCO

The ALCO is comprised of Directors and TrailNorth staff members. The committee works with and through staff members to establish guidelines and limits for financial decision-making and general operating procedures necessary to maintain the financial integrity of TrailNorth Federal Credit Union. ALCO manages three types of risk, including interest rate risk, credit risk, and liquidity risk in ensuring adequate net worth and long-term financial viability. The ALCO uses a variety of analyses and financial simulation technology to accomplish its mission.

 

2021 Supervisory Committee
  • Susan M. Nephew
  • William W. Barnhart
  • Karlene Gonyeau
Role of the Supervisory Committee

The supervisory committee is comprised of three board-appointed volunteers who serve as a link between the Board, Leadership Team, and the membership. The committee is charged with ensuring an audit at least annually and verifying the accounts of the members at least once every 2 years. It is also responsible for determining whether the plans and policies established by your board of directors are being properly administered and are sufficient to safeguard members’ assets.


Governance Committee
  • Patrick R. Ida, Chair
  • Shawn M. Hayes
  • Peter A. Reale
  • Anne C. Dreimiller
  • John F Lenhart
  • William Morse
  • Jodi J. Gibbs
Role of the Governance Committee

The governance committee is responsible for ongoing review and recommendations to enhance the quality and future viability of the board of directors. The work of the committee revolves around the five major areas including board roles and responsibilities, composition, knowledge/education, effectiveness, and leadership