Board of Directors


This year there are three (3) positions available for the Board of Directors (BOD) . The elected volunteer will serve for a three-year term. Please see the candidate’s biography.

 

As a current Board of Director’s (BOD) member and a volunteer veteran of the OASFCU, I have leveraged my IT background to help our credit union transform its technology stack. From upgrading our core and home banking system with a state-of-the-art platform to implementing digital and mobile solutions, our credit union has lived to its promise to bring the latest fintech to improve our members experience. But my journey is far from over. The next phase is to ensure that our internal processes align with our transformation roadmap while ensuring our personnel is equipped and trained to adjust to a new reality of a global and highly engaged member-centric credit union while still providing a personalized and high-touch service excellence.
 

Cynthia Maria Cardim Miller, Brazilian citizen and US resident, has been a member of the OAS FCU since she started at the OAS over 32 years ago. She has a keen interest in improving business processes and optimizing resources through software.  Her volunteering activities initiated in 2006 on the Nominating Committee; from 2010 to 2016 she was appointed by the BOD as the Committee chair, to energize the Associate Volunteers program, which enabled an increase of members participation in the Committees.  From 2006 to 2015, she contributed with the Community Relations Committee, defending the expansion of the OASFCU for the inclusion of new SEG’s. In 2016, Cynthia was designated by the BOD as the Liaison with the Supervisory Committee. 
 
She was elected to the OAS Staff Association Committee in 1993, during the 1990s she helped in organizing all the Children’s Christmas Party.
 
Cynthia worked primarily in Information Systems.  Retired since December of 2015, Cynthia worked for 29 years at the Organization of American States starting as a Senior Programmer in the Department of Management Systems for the Foreign Trade Information System- SICE. In 1994, Cynthia was appointed SICE’s Director.  Later, as Senior Analyst at Department of IT Services, she led the team of DOITS systems analysts. From 2011 to 2014, as Senior Officer at the Department of Financial Services, she designed and implemented the TEC (Travel Expenses) System. During 2015, in the Department of Procurement Services, Cynthia worked with the corporate travel processes and collaborated with the Bidding team.
 
Cynthia holds a B.S. and Teaching Certificate in Mathematics, from PUC-RJ and M.S. in Systems Engineering, COPPE, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro.  She is fluent in English, Portuguese and Spanish; and, she is a yoga practitioner.

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