You’re Not Just A Member. You’re An Owner.

Since 1935, Justice Federal Credit Union has been a Member-owned, not-for-profit financial institution.

When you joined Justice Federal Credit Union, you became a Member-owner with a vote and a voice at the Credit Union. Your Share represents your part-ownership in the cooperative and entitles you to vote in the annual election of the Board of Directors. These elected volunteers donate their time to represent you in the oversight and governance of your Credit Union.

Justice Federal Credit Union’s Nominating Committee, in accordance with the bylaws, has submitted the following nominees to the Secretary to serve either a one or three-year term on the 2019 Board of Directors.

The term for a Board of Director begins in May 2019. The Nominating Committee will move to fill four positions with the four candidates at hand. Each of the candidates has consented to nomination and has agreed to serve as per the terms specified below. An election will not be held by ballot and there will be no nominations from the floor when there is only one nominee for each position to be filled.

The Nominating Committee Chair will declare the nominees elected by general affirmation at the upcoming Annual Shareholders Meeting to be conducted on Thursday, May 23, 2019 at 5:30 PM, EST, at the Department of Justice, First Floor Conference Room, 950 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20530.


JOHN GREANEY, (INCUMBENT) SILVER SPRING, MD Mr. Greaney has served on the Justice FCU’s Board of Directors since 1990. During this time, he has served eight years as chairman and six years as secretary. He currently serves on the Credit Union’s Asset/Liability Management Committee and as Treasurer. A Justice Department attorney for 42 years, Mr. Greaney has participated in a variety of antitrust investigations and cases. He has master’s degrees in accounting and law from Georgetown University. Mr. Greaney is a Certified Public Accountant, who has taught law and accounting courses at Georgetown University and Catholic University.

GREGORY P. POLONICA (INCUMBENT), SCOTTSDALE, AZ Mr. Polonica has been a member of the Justice FCU Board of Directors since August 2000. He served as the Board Chairman from May 2005 through May 2009, and has also served as the Vice Chairman and Treasurer. He was a member of the Credit Union’s Supervisory Committee from May 1990 until August 2000, and again from May 2014 through May 2017 when he served as the Chairman. Mr. Polonica was a Senior Financial Analyst with the Corporate Finance Unit in the Antitrust Division of DOJ from 1988 until his retirement in 2011. His role was to assist attorneys in cases with complex financial and accounting issues. He holds an M.B.A. degree from Boston University and is a Certified Public Accountant.

D. JERRY RUBINO, CPP, (INCUMBENT) ASHBURN, VA Mr. Rubino is a 46-year Federal Government service retiree. He served 17 years at the CIA and 29 years at the Department of Justice (DOJ). While at the DOJ, he served for 22 years in Senior Executive level positions supporting DOJ and Government-wide Security and Emergency Planning operations as well as Government-wide Continuity of Government operations planning for national security emergencies. Mr. Rubino earned Bachelor of Arts and Master of Science in Administration degrees from the George Washington University. He is also a graduate of Harvard University’s Kennedy School, National and International Security Program and the Federal Government’s Senior Executive Institute in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Mr. Rubino has served on the Justice FCU’s Board and the Supervisory Committee for over 20 years. He has served as Board Secretary and on several standing committees as member or Chair, such as the ALCO, Nominating Committee and most recently, as Chair of the CEO Search Committee.

Mr. Rubino is married to Barbara Rubino. They live in Ashburn, Virginia with their three sons and six granddaughters.


ANGELA TING, (INCUMBENT) ARLINGTON, VA Ms. Ting has been a member of Justice FCU for more than ten years and began serving on the Board of Directors in 2019. Ms. Ting is an attorney who has spent most of her career focusing on the banking industry. Prior to joining the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice, she worked in the Litigation Division of the General Counsel’s Office at Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. At the Antitrust Division, she has worked on numerous bank merger investigations. Ms. Ting holds a law degree from the University of Michigan.