Jimmy L. Green, Bradley W. Mallett, and Melvin D. Willis have been selected by the Nominating Committee to run for the Board of Directors for Heritage Trust Federal Credit Union. There are three vacancies in this year’s election. Nominations for the board are also accepted via petition.
Any Heritage Trust primary member who is at least 18 years of age and in good standing may run for election by obtaining the signatures of 484 eligible Heritage Trust members. Applications and petition forms are available at all branches of Heritage Trust and must be submitted to the President’s office by February 2, 2018. The election will not be conducted by mail ballot and there will be no nominations from the floor when there is only one nominee for each position to be filled.
Jimmy L. Green retired as the District Manager for the North Charleston Sewer District and North Charleston District. He is also a retired Lieutenant Colonel in the US Army Reserve. He received his Masters of Public Administration from College of Charleston and University of South Carolina. Mr. Green has been a member of the Heritage Trust Board of Directors since 2006.
Bradley W. Mallett, Jr. is the owner of Coastal Coffee Roasters, Inc. He helps other entrepreneurs in the food and service industry to excel and grow their businesses while building a reputable business model that incorporates multi-faceted revenue streams. He graduated from Empire State College with a degree in Business with emphasis in Management and Economics and served in the United States Air Force. He is the father of three wonderful children: Richard, Rachael, and Ryan.
Melvin D. Willis is the Lead Business Financial Manager for the Enterprise Systems Department at SPAWAR Systems Center Atlantic. He retired as the Command Chief Master Sergeant for the 437th Airlift Wing, Charleston Air Force Base. During his Air Force career, he held a variety of assignments in Security Forces and Financial Management. He obtained a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Webster University.