Governance and Volunteering

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Governance & Volunteering

The seven members of Jax Federal Credit Union’s Board of Directors are dedicated, unpaid volunteers who are elected by their fellow members to ensure the credit union is operated in their best interests. This unique mode of governance is one of the ways credit unions are different than banks.

Board of Directors

Charles T. McLeod


Rodomir Désir

Vice Chairman

Patrick O'Neill


Jenna Dobbins

Jenna Dobbins


Senovia L. Portis

Senovia L. Portis


Joseph W. Sharp


C. Eugene Worth


Director Emeritus

Ernest L. Webster

Jimmy Hicks

R. Scott Preacher

Donald W. Bottin

Christine Connor

Mary Jones

Bruce Dickinson

Supervisory Committee

Jax Federal Credit Union’s Supervisory Committee is also comprised of volunteers who are responsible for overseeing the auditing function and overseeing the Board of Directors.

The Supervisory Committee welcomes your suggestions, comments, or concerns, and may be contacted by U.S. Mail or by e-mail at the following addresses:

Supervisory Committee
c/o Jax Federal Credit Union
P.O. Box 551321
Jacksonville, Florida 32255-1321

Joe Putz


Dan Longhi


Ed Teller

Ed Teller


Joan Kane-Aguilar


Annual Reports

Jax Federal Credit Union is Safe and Sound. Review our Financials in the most recently published Annual Report.

2022 JAXFCU Annual Report

2022 Annual Report

Cover Image of the 2021 Annual Report

2021 Annual Report

2016 JAXFCU Annual Report

2020 Annual Report

Jax Federal Credit Union Volunteer Application

As a volunteer, you have a say in how we do business. If you are interested in serving on the JAXFCU Board of Directors or as a volunteer, please download our Volunteer Package. Details regarding the process are outlined in the application link. If you have questions, please contact the nominating committee at (904) 475-8003.

Submit your application:

Mail: Jax Federal Credit Union
Attn: Administration
562 Park Street
Jacksonville, FL 32204

Fax: (904) 359-8328

* Request for volunteers does not necessarily indicate a position is available.