President Donald Trump nominated Rodney Hood for a seat on the NCUA board. Hood, a Republican, is a former member and vice chairman of the board, who now serves as a corporate responsibility manager for JPMorgan Chase.
Hood’s nomination is subject to Senate confirmation, and his term would expire Aug. 2, 2023. His nomination
In a statement, New York Credit Union Association President/CEO William J. Mellin said:
“During his previous tenure on the NCUA board, Rodney Hood proved to be an approachable regulator who showed a willingness to work with credit unions. He understood the importance of listening to stakeholder concerns while taking an effective approach to regulation. I maintained a good working relationship with the former vice chairman, and New York’s credit unions look forward to working with him again.”