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JoAnn Johnson -- National Credit Union Administration

President George W. Bush named Senator JoAnn Johnson a recess appointee to the NCUA Board January 22, 2002 and was confirmed by the United States Senate on March 22, 2002. Senator Johnson was named NCUA Board Vice Chair in January 2003 and the agency’s Chairman on May 3, 2004. The Board consists of three members appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate to regulate all federally chartered credit unions and administer the federal insurance fund for approximately 9,500 credit unions nationwide. Elected to the Iowa Senate in 1994, Mrs. Johnson chaired both the Senate Ways and Means Committee and the Senate Commerce Committee. As a former teacher, Mrs. Johnson taught physical education and coached a number of sports. She was actively involved in family farming and served her community as a 4-H leader, director of the local food pantry, economic development board member, Sunday school teacher, library board member, school board member, university alumni board member and member of Rotary International. Mrs. Johnson received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Northern Iowa and is married to Brian Johnson with two adult children, Clint and Brooke.

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