Thursday, March 26th, 2020

UPDATE: Our Annual Meeting has been moved online! Same time (Thursday, March 26th at 7 pm), but new (online) place.

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It will soon be time for UniWyo’s Annual Meeting.  The Annual Meeting is an important occasion for you and for all members, as it enables us to come together to hear reports on the state of the credit union, make comments,
suggestions, and to ask questions about the credit union’s services and policies.  Mark your calendar for
March 26th,  2020 at 7 pm, at 2020 Grand Avenue, and make plans to attend. If you would like more details, please call (307) 721-5600 or stop by either UniWyo branch.

There are four Board Member terms expiring in 2020. The Nominating Committee met, and has nominated Aaron
Courtney, Megan Hanneman, Mindy Parvin, and Tim Gaddis, to the Board of Directors. No election is scheduled,
although additional nominees may be presented through petition.  The petition must contain at least 310 signatures and be accompanied by a statement from the nominee stating that he or she is agreeable to the nomination and will serve if elected. Petitions must be delivered to UniWyo by February 15th, 2020.

The nominated Board of Directors biographies follow:

Aaron Courtney

Aaron and his family have been a part of the Laramie community for 32 years and he has volunteered with UniWyo for the past 13 years.  He has been involved with UniWyo in several capacities both on the board of directors and the
supervisory committee.  He has been a member of the credit union since 1999.  Aaron has bachelors' degrees from the University of Wyoming in both Marketing and Accounting and a master’s degree in Public Administration.  Currently, he works for the University of Wyoming's Financial Services Business Office.  Aaron would bring continuity as well as a diverse background in accounting and business to the board.   He has a strong understanding of the community UniWyo serves. Aaron hopes that his dedication, enthusiasm, and commitment to excellence will serve the board and its members well into the future.

Megan Hanneman

Megan has been a resident of Laramie since 1997. She has a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the University of Wyoming, is a certified public accountant and currently works as a senior manager with ACM LLP focusing on tax
planning and preparation. Megan has served on the Supervisory Committee and the Board of UniWyo in the past and was the chair of both during her tenure. Megan would bring her prior board experience, as well as knowledge of the Laramie community and experience in risk management and asset/liability management to the board. She is
committed to the credit union’s mission and looks forward to serving the membership as the credit union continues
to grow and expand in the future.

Mindy Parvin

Mindy first moved to Laramie with her family in 1983 and has been involved in the community ever since.  After
graduating from Laramie High School, she played volleyball for Northern Michigan University and returned to Laramie in 1994 to complete her degree in Communications and Advertising at the University of Wyoming.  She and her husband, Mark, opened Voltech Electric, Inc in December 2003 and have managed the company since.  She served on the Laramie Chamber board for several years and is currently a board member for the Ivinson Memorial Hospital Foundation, Laramie Youth Baseball, and Laramie Plainsmen Boys Football & Basketball Booster Clubs.  Mindy has been a member of the credit union since 2010 and hopes her strong ties in the community, dedication, and enthusiasm will help grow UniWyo in a positive direction while serving the board and its members.  

Tim Gaddis

Tim has been a resident of Laramie for 45 years and graduated from the University of Wyoming in 1999 with degrees in Geography and Geology . He is a local business owner and has been in the Healthcare Information Technology sector for 20 years. Tim Spends his time away from his business volunteering on numerous local Non-Profit Boards including
serving on the Laramie Plains Civic Center Foundation Board, Laramie Enduro and of course the UniWyo Board for the past 12 years. Currently he brings to the board a broad knowledge of the ever evolving privacy and technology hurdles that face all of us, not just in our financial world but in our everyday lives. As a current member of the board he believes that we are making many positive changes and would like to continue to help with this trend.