Volunteers are the backbone of Credit Union of Denver. For over 80 years, the credit union has provided value and financial stability to its members. This accomplishment can be attributed to the expertise of the past and present volunteers. Volunteers determine the direction of the credit union and approve policies that govern the credit union’s operations and growth. As a member of the credit union, you are eligible to run for an elected office if you are at least 21 years of age, bond-able, and a member in good standing. In addition, you must be genuinely interested in the future of your credit union, provide leadership, and serve the members and community by demonstrating sound judgment in financial and business matters.

For any questions regarding any of the three committees, please contact our Credit Union of Denver Executive Assistant, Katie Danek at 303.239.1113.

Basic Functions of the Board of Directors, Supervisory and Credit Committees

Board of Directors
Board members are responsible for establishing policies for the credit union operations and activities. They provide leadership through sound judgment in business and financial matters involving members and the community. The Board of Directors meet once a month and occasionally an additional meeting may be called for special matters.

The Supervisory Committee
They are responsible for the accurate financial reporting and safeguarding members’ assets through auditing and supervision of our operations as governed by the bylaws and the state and federal regulators. This committee meets once a month.

Credit Committee
Credit Committee members are responsible for evaluating member loan requests on a fair and impartial basis. The Credit Committee must ensure compliance with relevant state and federal laws that affect lending guidelines. This committee meets monthly and once a week on a rotating basis, or as often as needed.

Our Vision

To be financially strong and offer our members great rates and service.

Our Mission

Credit Union of Denver is committed to being a leader in:

  • Providing quality financial service
  • Exceeding members’ expectations
  • Achieving a loyal relationship with members and staff