Chartway Welcomes New Board Members
Heidi E. Worker
Director of Communications
|Chartway is honored to announce that Lara Shields, after having participated the credit union’s associate director development program, has been appointed to its board of directors.|
|Chartway is honored to announce that Ron da Silva, after having participated in the credit union’s associate director development program, has been appointed to its board of directors.|
Virginia Beach, VA (November 12, 2021) – Chartway is proud to announce that current members of Chartway’s associate director development program, Lara Shields and Ron da Silva, have been appointed to serve on its board.
A member for more than 20 years, Shields serves as the owner/executive director of Kids Park Child Development Centers located in Tooele County, Utah – a family-owned business that has served Tooele County since 1997. Shields leads a team of more than 100 staff and teachers who offer full-time programs for children ages six weeks to 12 years old in three locations. In addition to being a member of Chartway’s associate director development program, Shields is also a member of Chartway’s strategic planning committee.
A member for more than 40 years and an internet technology expert with more than 25 years of experience, da Silva serves as the vice president of operations for Quantum Loophole where he leads the construction of master-planned, decarbonized cloud communities that are gigawatt scaled and environmentally progressive. An NACD-Certified Board Governance Fellow, da Silva graduated from Old Dominion University with a bachelor’s degree in applied mathematics and English. In addition to being a member of Chartway’s associate director development program, da Silva is also a member of Chartway’s ALM committee.
“We’re honored to welcome two long-time Chartway members, volunteers, and now graduates of our associate director development program to our board of directors,” said CAPT George E. Sauer III, USN (Ret.) – Chartway’s board chair. “At Chartway, we’re fortunate to be governed by a group of committed volunteers who form our board, to now include Lara and Ron. They’re both well-respected community and business leaders who will strongly represent the best interests of our members and team members.”
Chartway Federal Credit Union, a not-for-profit, member-owned financial institution, has been proudly serving members for more than half a century. Guided by its Purpose and Values, the $2.5 billion credit union that serves more than 190,000 members through its branch footprint and a full line of traditional and digital financial products and services - including Online, Mobile, Video, and Telephone Banking - is dedicated to unlocking the potential of individuals and families so they can thrive.
Chartway is also known for being an award-winning leader in charitable giving through its We Promise Foundation. As the charitable arm of the credit union, Chartway’s We Promise Foundation provides life-changing experiences that bring joy, hope, and smiles to children facing medical hardship or illness. Since 1999, the foundation has raised more than $12 million. For more information about Chartway, visit www.Chartway.com; or, visit them on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. For more information about Chartway’s We Promise Foundation, visit www.WePromiseFoundation.org; or, visit them on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
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