If you wish to be considered in the upcoming election, nominations may be made by petition. You may pick up a petitioner package at any LAPFCU branch beginning September 29, 2016. Requirements include, a petition signed by 1% of the membership (389 members), along with a brief biography of yourself, (125 words max.).
The deadline for submitting petitions is by 4:00 P.M. on Friday, November 4, 2016.
The election will not be conducted by ballot and there will be no nominations from the floor when the number of nominees equals the number of positions to be filled.
Election results will be announced at the Annual Meeting on Wednesday, January 25, 2017. For additional information, call 877-MY-LAPFCU (877-695-2732).
Meet the Nominees
The following members have been nominated by the nominating committee to fill expired-term or other vacancies on the LAPFCU Board:
Tyler Izen joined the LAPD in February of 1985 and after 30 years with the Los Angeles Police Department, he joined the Los Angeles Fire Department as a Special Investigator, assigned to the Office of the Independent Assessor, Board of Fire Commissioners. The Independent Assessor reports directly to, and assists the Fire Commission in providing independent civilian oversight of the LAFD. At the direction of the Board of Fire Commissioners, Special Investigators audit, assess and review the Fire Department’s handling of complaints, and the Fire Department’s practices and procedures.
Mr. Izen served as President of the Los Angeles Police Protective League and has been an LAPFCU member for more than 31 years. His Credit Union volunteer service began as an Associate Director in 1991. He became a Director in 1998 and served as the Board’s Chairman for three years. He presently serves as Chair of the Governance and Director Development Committee and also serves on the Member and Industry Relations Committee.
In his efforts to continue his education, Mr. Izen has completed the CUES Advanced Leadership Institute at Harvard Business School. In addition, he is the recipient of the Frederick W. Raiffeisen and the Roy F. Bergengren awards from the Credit Union National Association for completing the Volunteer Achievement Program.
Michel Moore is currently on active duty with LAPD as First Assistant Chief, Office of Operations, and has been with the Los Angeles Police Department since 1981. He has been a LAPFCU member for more than 35 years.
Mr. Moore began his Credit Union volunteer service in 1998 when he became an Associate Director. He then joined the Supervisory Committee in 1999 and became a Director in 2006. Mr. Moore currently serves as Chair of the Strategic Planning and Technology Committees and as a Member of the Governance and Director Development Committee.
Mr. Moore is a recipient of the Frederick W. Raiffeisen award from the Credit Union National Association. Mr. Moore holds a Bachelor of Science in Business and Management as well as Master of Business Administration. In his efforts to continue his education in credit union matters, Mr. Moore has attended various conferences offered by credit union groups, including prominent accounting firms.
Andre Plummer is a Los Angeles Police Department Police Officer, and he has been an LAPFCU member for 20 years. His Credit Union volunteer service began in 2007 when he was appointed as an Associate Director. He became a member of the Board of Directors in 2010 and presently serves as Board Vice Chairman. He also serves as Chair of the Loan Advisory Committee, as well as a Member of the Executive, Bylaws, and Member and Industry Relations committees.
In his professional career, Mr. Plummer joined LAPD in 1997 and currently holds the rank of Sergeant II. He is a recipient of the Frederick W. Raiffeisen award from the Credit Union National Association. He graduated with honors from California State University Long Beach with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business/Finance and a concentration in Investments. He is also a member of the International Honor Society, Beta Gamma Sigma.