Civic members participated in the 2023 Annual Meeting, held on March 24 in Raleigh.
At the meeting, members voted on motions and engaged in discussion with Chief Executive Officer Dwayne Naylor and the Civic leadership team. Board officers and committee chairs reported on the performance of Civic in 2022.
Naylor and the leadership team spoke on the state of the five-year-old Credit Union, celebrating more than 5,000 members and asset growth to more than $107 million.
“We get our strength from our membership base of local government employees and volunteers,” Naylor said. “We’re inspired by their public service, and by tapping into their strengths and talents, together we’re developing innovative solutions to help us serve them even better.”
Naylor also noted environmental initiatives at Civic in 2022, including the distinction of being the first Credit Union in North Carolina to install an operational solar display that generates the EPA equivalent of 8.4 million smartphone charges.
Board members elected to serve
As part of the meeting, members voted to re-elect Ruth Barnes of Atlantic Beach and Jeanne Erwin of Cary for three-year terms on the Civic Board of Directors, and Tony Brown of Halifax County for a two-year term.
Read more about the impact of Civic on people, planet and prosperity in the 2022 Civic Annual Report.