Nineteen Hawaii credit union students are WCMS bound next month

on "June 13, 2019 10:20 am"

Hawaii Credit Union League is pleased to announce nine incoming freshmen will be attending this year’s Western CUNA Management School (WCMS). A total of 19 Hawaii credit union students are heading to Pomona College in Claremont, California from July 14-26.

WCMS is dedicated to helping credit union professionals keep pace with the rapidly changing business environment.  Students take classes six hours a day, five days a week, over three two-week terms over three consecutive summers. To enhance the learning experience and encourage networking, students live on campus in the dormitories of Pomona College in Claremont California. 

For more information contact League Member Relations Officer Becky Jandoc (WCMS Class of 2017) at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by phone at 203.6416.  Neighbour islands may call toll-free at 888.331.5646.


This year’s group of Hawaii credit union students met for their kick off meeting at the League office on June 12.

Front Row L-R: Gloria Omandam (HMSA EFCU), Robyn Jara (Ewa FCU), Jennifer Sims (Hawaii State FCU), Genesis Nicklaw (Hawaii State FCU), Natasha Flores (Hawaii Central FCU), Charlene Vaimaona (HawaiiUSA FCU).

Back Row L-R: Ryan McGrady (Hawaii Community FCU), Kelsey Young (Honolulu FCU), Tad Matsubara (Hawaii Community FCU), Aaron Vallely (Hawaii State FCU), Michael Gurat (Maui County FCU), Aaron Sugimoto (CU Hawaii FCU), Jethro Casinas (Maui FCU), Galen Kuroiwa (Honolulu FCU), Bryan Anderson (University of Hawaii FCU).

Not pictured: Tony Mau (Pearl Hawaii FCU), Christopher Hodges (HawaiiUSA FCU), Stacey Nikaido (Kahului FCU), Tiani Moses (HFS FCU).