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Supervisory Committee

Meet Your Supervisory Committee

Members of the Supervisory Committee work together collectively to assure members’ assets are safeguarded and to oversee regular reviews and audits of credit union records. The work involves understanding the financial reporting process of the credit union and the ability to verify that appropriate internal controls are in place to mitigate risk. Each month they volunteer considerable time dedicated to meetings and information review. They typically possess experience and knowledge in areas that can include accounting and business, risk management, information security, regulatory compliance or financial services. Supervisory Committee members bring objectivity, exceptional integrity and sound judgment to their work on behalf of the membership.

Want to get in touch with them?
Send an e-mail or write to:
Supervisory Committee
PO Box WSECU
Olympia, WA 98507

Supervisory Committee

Committee Member Wendy Weeks

Wendy Weeks

Supervisory Co-Chair

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

Committee Chair Yolanda R. Wilson

Yolanda R. Wilson

Supervisory Co-Chair

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

Committee Member Susan Freese Baker

Susan Freese Baker

Committee Member

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

Committee Member Dr. Tysha K. Tolefree

Dr. Tysha K. Tolefree

Committee Member

Dr. Tolefree was elected to the Supervisory Committee in 2021. She is the VP of Finance & Operations at South Puget Sound Community College.

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