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      Cheryl WallaceCheryl Wallace

      Hi everyone. I am a little behind. Just getting caught up to everyone. I have been on the Integris Board for 3 years (now in my second term). I am just finishing my first year as chair. I was elected to Central 1 last year. I am fairly new to the credit union system as a board member but a very long time CU member. I have been on many boards in the past but all not for profit. My day job is with the university of NOrthern BC.

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      Jen BudneyJen Budney

      Hi Cheryl! Welcome to the class!

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