If you wish to be considered in the upcoming election, nominations may be made by petition. You may pick up a petitioner package at any LAPFCU branch beginning October 1, 2015. Requirements include a petition signed by 1% of the membership (387 members), along with a brief biography of yourself, (125 words max.).
The deadline for submitting petitions is by 4:00 P.M. on Friday, November 6, 2015.
The election will not be conducted by ballot and there will be no nominations from the floor when the number of nominees equals the number of positions to be filled.
Election results will be announced at the Annual Meeting on Wednesday, January 27, 2016. For additional information, call 877-MY-LAPFCU (877-695-2732).
IMPORTANT ELECTION INFORMATION
The following members have been nominated by the nominating committee to fill expired-term or other vacancies on the LAPFCU Board:
Lorie Anne Taylor is a retired Los Angeles Police Department Detective Supervisor who presently serves as the Chair on Los Angeles Police Federal Credit Union’s Board of Directors. She has been an LAPFCU member for more than 27 years.
Her Credit Union volunteer service began in 1999 when she was appointed as a Volunteer-at-Large. Ms. Taylor served on the Supervisory Committee from January 2006 to February 2010, when she became a member of the Board of Directors. She was named Chair of the Board in 2012. In addition to serving as Chair, she is on the Executive Committee, as well as is an Ex-Officio on the Bylaws, Executive, Loan Advisory, Member & Industry Relations, Governance and Director Development, Technology, and Nominating and Elections Committees.
In her professional career, Ms. Taylor joined LAPD in 1988 and served as a Police Officer until 1996. She was then promoted to Detective and worked in a variety of assignments until she retired as a Detective Supervisor in 2009. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from California State University Fullerton, and has a State of California, Peace Officer’s Standards and Training Supervisory Certificate.
Rosalind Curry is a Los Angeles Police Department Police Officer and has been an Los Angeles Police Federal Credit Union member for 21 years.
Her Credit Union volunteer service began in 2011 when she was appointed as a Volunteer-at-Large. Mrs. Curry served on the Supervisory Committee from January 2012 to February 2015, when she became a member of the Board of Directors. In addition to her role as director, she serves as Chairman of the Bylaws Committee and is also a member of the Loan Advisory Committee and Governance and Director Development Committee.
In her professional career, Mrs. Curry joined LAPD in 1994 and has served as Volunteer Coordinator, Peer Support Coordinator, Researcher in Planning and Research Division, Training Division, Sergeant School Coordinator, Medical Liaison, Family and Medical Leave Coordinator and Funeral Coordinator.
Julie Raffish has 18 years of experience working as a Deputy City Attorney for the City of Los Angeles. She began her volunteer service with Los Angeles Police Federal Credit Union in 2013. She has been a city prosecutor, and has served as general counsel to the Los Angeles Police Department since June 2000.
Ms. Raffish was appointed to her position as director in February 2015. In addition to her role as director, she serves as a member of the Bylaws Committee, Member & Industry Relations Committee and the Technology Committee.
Ms. Raffish comes to us with the perspective of being a family member married to an active member of LAPD. Julie’s husband is an LAPD Lieutenant. Julie graduated from California State University, Northridge, with a bachelor’s degree in Communicative Disorders – Speech Pathology, and completed all coursework toward a Master’s Degree in Special Education, with an emphasis in Early Intervention. She received her Juris Doctor from Southwestern University School of Law.