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Board & Volunteers

As a credit union, we have an all-volunteer Board of Directors.

MTC Federal Credit Union, a financial cooperative is member-owned and governed.  For over 45 years the credit union has served as a trusted financial institution guided by our mission, vision and core values, a set of beliefs we call The MTC Federal Way.  Volunteers have immense passion and respect for the credit union and all of its members. They serve as advocates of credit union principles and initiatives.

Board of Directors

MTC Federal is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors that establishes and reviews policy. Directors are credit union members, elected by the membership and serve without pay, each with one vote.

Michael Hanna | Chair

Randy Welch | Vice-Chair

Delcia Corbitt | Treasurer

Patricia Brandes | Secretary

Alexa Horne | Board Member

Mark King | Board Member

Marcella Kimbrell | Board Member

Supervisory Committee

The MTC Federal Supervisory Committee is responsible for determining that the credit union’s financial condition is accurately and fairly presented in our financial statements and that management procedures and practices are adequate to safeguard members’ assets.

Patricia Brandes | Committee Chair

Christina Herd | Committee Volunteer

Diana Carter | Committee Volunteer

Becoming a Volunteer

The nominating committee will select volunteer candidates for open seats on the Board of Directors during the fourth quarter of each year, with the election taking place at the next annual meeting. Qualified candidates should have but not limited to experience in human resources, finance, accounting, management, marketing, community relations, or technology.  If you are interested and meet the volunteer nominee requirements for consideration, submit a cover letter and resume with references to

What To Expect As A Volunteer

  • Act unselfishly for the benefit of the credit union and its members.
  • Advocate for the credit union with leadership abilities reflecting the MTC Federal Way.
  • Prepare for and attend monthly meetings, committee meetings, education conferences, credit union orientation, and other functions as required.
  • Stay informed of the credit union’s mission, financials, services, policies and programs.
  • Keep up to date on developments within the credit union industry.