Below is a list of the candidates for this election along with some biographical information for each. Click here when you are ready to vote.
AMANDA  GOLDSMITH I have worked in health care for over twenty years in a wide range of roles including MST, Volunteer Coordinator, IT Education Consultant, Community Health Planner and most recently as an EHR Educator for MVHC. I created an account at the Genesis credit union in 2002 before I started college. I knew it was one of the best first steps I could take for my personal finances. As a new college student and working at the hospital part time, it helped me save a portion of my pay automatically by going directly to my account. When it was time for me to purchase a new vehicle, the first place I turned to for competitive rates was the credit union. Over the years I have used the credit union's services to set up a Christmas Club or even just save money back for a rainy day. Throughout my life experiences, whether that be school, work, family life or volunteering, I have discovered the importance of time and money management. I value my membership in the GECU, and I would be eager for the opportunity to share ideas, to discuss growth opportunities, and to serve the members as a board director.
ERIC   KING Eric is currently the Director of Public Safety at Genesis HealthCare System. Prior to that, he was Manager of Public Safety and was initially a Safety Consultant. In 2016, he received his Master of Business Administration in health care management from the California Coast University and his Bachelor of Arts in organizational leadership and development from the Wheeling Jesuit University. He earned an associate in applied science - Police Science from the Muskingum Area Technical College. Eric is a Commissioned Peace Officer with the State of Ohio through Genesis HealthCare System. He proudly served 11 years in the Ohio National Guard from 1986-1997. Eric was an assistant Scout leader for Boy Scouts of America and had many scouts who obtained Eagle Scout awards. He is a member of the Fraternal Order of Police, the American Legion, and is a proud husband, father, grandfather, son, brother, uncle, cousin, friend, and community member to many. He has served the Genesis Employees' Credit Union as a board member since 2015.
LINDA   MITCHELL I have been a member of the Credit Union since I began working in the laboratory at Good Samaritan Hospital in 1985 and have had the pleasure to serve on the Board of Directors since 1993. I am now retired from Genesis after 38 years of service, most of which were in the IT department. I proclaim Jesus Christ as my personal savior, am an active member at Westwood Baptist Church, and volunteer with Lifewise to teach Bible studies to children in the local school systems. Currently serving on the Board of Directors, if re-elected I will continue to promote personal financial wellness and support the implementation of new services to keep our credit union contemporary and financially strong.
TENNILLE  SALING I have been a Registered Nurse for 26 years and have been a member of the credit union since 2001. My husband and I both work full time "day jobs" and have a couple home-based businesses also. I started my career as an RN on 3 East as a staff nurse from 1997-2000. I transferred to the operating room and became a circulating nurse. In 2005, I left Genesis HealthCare System to work as an office nurse and first assist in the operating room for Drs. Ted Morgan and James Monath (urologists). Due to a debilitating back injury, which lead to surgery and extensive rehabilitation, I was on Social Security and Disability from 2005 to 2012 when I hired back into the OR at Genesis. Except for 1 year when I worked at the Nurse Line, I have been under the surgical services umbrella. In 2017, I began my current role with surgery administration as surgical services data analyst.