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Supervisory Committee

Meet Your Supervisory Committee

The volunteer member-elected leaders that make up the Supervisory Committee are charged with ensuring credit union practices safeguard member assets. The committee monitors the financial reporting process, the system of internal controls, and performance of external and internal auditors and WSECU’s process of adhering to laws and regulations.

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Supervisory Committee
PO Box WSECU
Olympia, WA 98507

Supervisory Committee

Committee Member Susan Freese Baker

Susan Freese Baker

Committee Chair

Susan was elected to the Supervisory Committee in 2018. She is an Investment Officer for the Washington State Investment Board.

Committee Member Johnna Craig

Johnna Craig

Co-Vice Chair

Johnna joined the Supervisory Committee in 2019. She is the Legal Services Director for the Department of Retirement Systems.

Committee Chair Yolanda R. Wilson

Yolanda R. Wilson

Co-Vice Chair

Yolanda has served on the Committee since 2012. She is the Financial and Administration Officer for Pierce County Community Connections.

Committee Member Wendy Weeks

Wendy Weeks

Election Supervisor

Wendy has been a Committee member since 2013. She is an Internal Auditor for the Office of the State Treasurer.

Committee Member Julie Amos

Julie Amos

Committee Member

Julie joined the Supervisory Committee in 2020. She is the Enterprise Risk Officer at the Department of Revenue.

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