Pennsylvania Credit Union Association

McCormack Elected Chair of PASAE Board

12/30/2008 HARRISBURG – Jim McCormack, President and CEO of the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association (PCUA) has been elected Chair of the Pennsylvania Association of Society Executives (PASAE) Board of Directors for 2009.  McCormack was elected to PASAE’s Board of Directors in 2006, and served as PASAE Vice Chair in 2008.

PASAE is the trade association that represents Pennsylvania’s community of association/non-profit corporate management teams and companies interested in conducting business with associations/non-profit corporations.

“I am honored to have been elected by my peers to serve as Chair of PASAE,” said McCormack.  “In these challenging economic times, Pennsylvania’s trade and professional associations can thrive by learning from each other. It is my hope that PCUA’s involvement in PASAE will directly benefit Pennsylvania’s credit unions and their members.”

McCormack succeeds Robert Imperata, retired VisitPittsburgh EVP, who will serve as PASAE Immediate Past Chair. “Thanks to Bob’s leadership, PASAE is a dynamic organization providing high quality professional development and networking opportunities for Association professionals,” said McCormack.

Joining McCormack as PASAE Board Officers for 2009 are Daniel Tunnell, President, Broadband Cable Association of Pennsylvania, who was elected Vice Chair; and Corinna Wilson, Chief Operating Officer, Pennsylvania Newspaper Association, who was elected Secretary/Treasurer.

A native of Scranton, McCormack joined PCUA in 1981 and was named President/CEO in 1992.  McCormack holds a bachelor’s science degree from King’s College in Wilkes-Barre, and earned a master’s degree in business administration from Mount Saint Mary’s College in Maryland.  He is a Certified Credit Union Executive (CCUE) and a Certified Association Executive (CAE) by the American Society of Association Executives.

The Pennsylvania Credit Union Association ( is a trade association that provides legislative, promotional, educational, and operational support for nearly 500 credit unions in Pennsylvania. These credit unions have assets in excess of $27 billion and serve nearly 3.5 million members.