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87th Annual Membership Virtual Meeting

Join us for our 87th Annual Meeting at 6 PM CST on Thursday, April 8th, 2021.  Join the Board of Directors, staff, and other Smart Financial Credit Union member-owners. All members must register in advance to attend.

Click here to register for the Annual Membership Virtual Meeting.

Positions for Election

Position 1 - Mr. Chad G. Greer (Incumbent Director)
Mr. Greer joined the SFCU Audit Committee in January 1999 and served as chairman for two years before being appointed to the Board of Directors in April 2010. Over the past 21 years he has attended many credit union workshops and conferences across the U.S. to better serve the members of SFCU. He retired from the Boy Scouts of America in 2011 after a 34-year career. During his career he served in many positions with the Boy Scouts from District Executive, Field Director, Relationships Director, and Development Director to name a few. In 2012 Mr. Greer went to work for Habitat for Humanity Northwest Harris County where he served as the Director of Development until he retired in 2018. Before going to work for the Boy Scouts of America in 1977 he was a High School Biology teacher and coach in Georgia and Florida. Mr. Greer holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Florida in Gainesville where he was a member of the track and cross-country team.

Position 2 - Mrs. Angela Cox (Incumbent Director)
Angela Cox is a retired manager from Community Relations at CenterPoint Energy (CNP) in Houston, Texas, where she directed an outreach staff who partnered with local nonprofits to improve the lifestyle of those living under challenging conditions. She has worked at CNP for almost 40 years in various other groups, including district operations and customer service.

 

Angela has served on the boards of Volunteer Houston, The Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce and Literacy Texas. She has supported the Literacy Council of Fort Bend County’s Great Grown Up Spelling Bee for many years. Angela has volunteered as a tutor in Fort Bend ISD and as a reading buddy in Houston ISD as part of the United Way Reading Together Program. At CNP, she encouraged other employees to volunteer through her responsibility of managing the CNP Volunteer Program. In addition to her volunteer work, Angela is involved with several scholarship fundraising programs, including having served as a previous board member of UNCF, an organization that awards scholarships to disadvantaged students, helping young people in Youth in Philanthropy, an organization that encourages youth to volunteer with local nonprofits and awards scholarships, and the CNP Scholarship Fund, a companywide scholarship awarded to employees’ children.

 

Angela has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Murray State University and holds certifications from the Boston College Corporate Community Involvement and the Corporate Community Involvement Leadership programs.

Position 3 - Ms. Tammie Y. Moore (Incumbent Director)
Ms. Moore is a diversely skilled attorney of 25 years, currently in private practice. She is licensed to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court Bar, the Southern District of Texas, the Eastern District of Texas, and the State Bar of Texas. Possessing a Top Secret government clearance for over 20 years, Ms. Moore has always been held to a higher standard and always strives to bring that standard to her service on the Board. She has held significant public sector/federal law enforcement agency experience, to include experience as a Special Assistant United States Attorney and Regional Agency Counsel.

 

With most of Ms. Moore’s experience protecting consumers, she has handled a number of cases in federal trial courts and before federal, state, and local administrative agencies. She has been involved in a number of successful cases, many of which have involved financial related crimes. This background has equipped her with a unique risk management mind set which she brings to her service on the Board. In addition, she has also handled a variety of transactional, compliance/regulatory matters, employment, and other criminal litigation. Ms. Moore’s private practice remains just as diverse as her public service experience, which also includes a variety of real estate related matters. In addition to her legal background, she is also a licensed realtor, credentialed mediator, and registered property tax arbitrator. She is also a member of the National, Texas, and Houston Association of Realtors. Ms. Moore possesses the Certified Financial Specialist designation, which affords her some background in consumer lending related matters. And, Ms. Moore is an Accredited Commercial Professional.

 

A native Houstonian, Ms. Moore first became associated with the Smart family through her mother, a retired teacher of 44 years. And, having other family members with credit union involvement and previously serving on another financial Board, she considers herself a lifetime voice in the credit union movement. She also currently serves on the Board of her Homeowner’s Association and a Commercial Property Board. She obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science, with minor studies in Spanish, from the University of Houston. Ms. Moore then began her law studies at South Texas College and Law, and ultimately obtained a Doctorate of Jurisprudence from Texas A&M University School of Law (previously TWU).

Position 4 - Mr. Larry Frazier (Incumbent Director)
Mr. Frazier’s service with SFCU began as a member of the Audit Committee (1997-2002). In 2002 he was appointed to the Board of Directors. In June 2002, he retired from HISD after serving 31 years as a teacher, math coordinator and department chairman. Currently, Mr. Frazier owns and operates L&C Cards, Coins and Collectibles, which he established in 1994. Mr. Frazier holds a Bachelor’s degree in Education from Sam Houston State University and a Masters in Mid-Management and Education from Texas Southern University.

Position 5 - Ms. Diana Carrion (Incumbent Director)
Ms. Carrion is a retired Elementary Principal and a United States Army Veteran who served this country with honor and has a wealth of knowledge to share. As an administrator, she strived to always be the best and worked hard to bring out the best in the teachers, staff, and students. Ms. Carrion is currently Assistant Principal at Roosevelt Elementary School with the Houston Independent School District, where she has been employed since 2017 and serves as a mentor to the principal and administrative team. Her 27 years of experience as a building principal has allowed her to be an asset and continues to be not only sharing her previous knowledge but also gaining and acquiring new knowledge with the changing times. She currently serves on the Smart Financial Credit Union Board of Directors and previously served on the Audit Committee from 2013 to 2020.