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New member named to credit union’s board

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From page A8 | November 25, 2012 |

Aeisha Mastagni. Courtesy photo

Aeisha Mastagni has been selected to join the Golden 1 Credit Union’s board of directors, effective Nov. 1. Donna A. Bland, president and CEO of Golden 1, made the announcement last week.

Mastagni, an investment officer with the California State Teachers Retirement System, has many years of financial experience in both the public and private sectors. Her knowledge and expertise will integrate well with the skills and experience of Golden 1’s board and management team, helping to further enhance the credit union’s financial strength and security, Bland said in a news release.

“Aeisha is a recognized leader who is committed to our credit union’s mission and visions. We welcome her contributions to Golden 1,” Bland said. “She has been a Golden 1 member since 1994, and was named one of aiCIO Magazine’s 40-under-40 investment professionals in April 2012. These individuals oversee the assets of some of the world’s foremost pension plans, sovereign wealth funds, insurance companies, endowments, and non profit institutions.”

Said Mastagni, “I am honored to serve on the Golden 1 board and I look forward to representing the credit union’s members. Golden 1 is a dynamic, member-focused organization that is recognized for its exceptional service. I look forward to contributing to its continued growth and success.”

Golden 1 Credit Union has 83 branches — including a branch at 508 Second St. in downtown Davis — $7.9 billion in assets and more than 620,000 members. For more information, visit golden1.com.

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