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Bacino Geoff Bacino is a partner at Bacino & Associates, a national government relations, strategic planning and business solutions firm. Previously, Geoff served on the Board of the National Credit Union Administration as an appointee of President Bill Clinton. He was also nominated to serve on the Federal Housing Finance Board by President George W. Bush at the recommendation of Senator Harry Reid.
James Jim Bullard is a Senior Consultant in the Risk & Compliance Solutions department for CUNA Mutual Group. In this role, he assists credit unions in identifying areas of risk in their operations and recommends appropriate controls to reduce loss exposures. He serves credit unions nationally and is the Team Lead for all lending related consultations.
Chang Senator Stanley Chang was born and raised in East Honolulu to hardworking immigrants from China and attended Wai-Kahala Preschool, Kahala Elementary School, and 'Iolani School. After graduating from 'Iolani school, he attended Harvard College, graduating magna cum laude and Harvard Law School cum laude. Before being elected to the City Council, Chang practiced law at Cades Schutte in Honolulu, specializing in real estate law.
Nakamura Representative Nadine K. Nakamura serves House District 14, which includes the Kaua'i towns of Hanalei, Princeville, Kilauea, Anahola, Kapa'a, and Wailua. She is the Vice-Chair of the Committee on Housing and a member of the Finance and Transportation Committees.  A 25-year resident of Kapa'a and former Managing Director for the County of Kaua'i, Representative Nakamura has deep roots in her community.
Ninichuk Martha Ninichuk serves the Director of the Office of Credit Union Resources and Expansion. In this role, she is responsible for chartering and field-of-membership matters, low-income designations, charter conversions and bylaw amendments. Her office also provides online training to credit union board members, management and staff, and technical assistance through grants and loans funded by the Community Development Revolving Loan Fund.