Annual Election of the Board of Directors

Justice Federal’s Nominating Committee is pleased to announce the annual election of the Board of Directors. Since 1935, Justice Federal has been a member-owned, not-for-profit financial cooperative. As a Member, you are an owner. Your Share represents your ownership and entitles you to vote in the annual election of the Board of Directors.

Justice Federal Credit Union’s Board of Directors consists of nine Credit Union Members who serve as volunteers elected by the membership. These elected volunteers donate their time to represent you in the oversight and governance of your Credit Union.

Justice Federal’s Nominating Committee is pleased to put forth six candidates listed on the reverse side, for three seats on the 2020 Board of Directors. The three year term of service begins July 2020.

An election will be conducted electronically beginning June 18, 2020 at 12:01 A.M. (EDT) and ending July 17, 2020 at 11:59 P.M. (EDT). Members 16+ years of age, in good standing with the Credit Union, may vote.

You’re not just a Member, You’re an Owner.Your vote counts. To vote electronically you will need to visit www.jfcu.org and click on the voter link button. You will be prompted to enter your date of birth and last four digits of your social security number.

The results of the election will be announced at the Annual Meeting on July 23, 2020. No voting will take place at the Annual Meeting.

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Annual Meeting will be held virtually.Please look for details to follow at a later date by visiting www.jfcu.org.


JUDGE SUSAN G. BRADEN (RET), WASHINGTON, D. C., Judge Braden (RET) is a Justice Federal Credit Union Member (1978 - present); was a Senior Trial Attorney in DOJ’s Antitrust Division (1973-1980); Counsel to two FTC Chairmen (1981-1985); and a federal trial and appellate litigator in private practice (1985-2003). In 2003, she became a Judge of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims; in 2017, she was designated Chief. After retiring in April 2019, she was appointed to the U.S. Administrative Conference, as a Public Member; the J. William Fulbright Board; and two private boards. She received a J.D. (1973) from Case Western Reserve University; attended Harvard Law School (summer 1979); and is completing a Business Administration Certificate at Georgetown University.

ANDREW GIBSON, III, UPPER MARLBORO, MD Mr. Gibson is new member of Justice Federal Credit Union and has great interest in helping the organization grow and to protect its constituents. He is currently an Information Technology Audit Manager at a Financial Regulator specializing in information security auditing. He has worked in auditing for his entire 18-year career in the public and private sector, which gives him a unique perspective surrounding internal controls. With an educational background in Accounting (North Carolina A&T State University 2002) and Information Security (University of Maryland Global Campus 2012), Andrew is able to understand both business and information technology matters.

LAMONTE D. PURDIE, FORT LAUDERDALE, FL Mr. Purdie has been a member of Justice Federal Credit Union since beginning his FBI career in February 1989. He has served in a variety of mission-support (e.g., budget, policy, compliance, and management analysis) and leadership positions at FBI Headquarters in numerous divisions, the FBI Miami Division and the US Intelligence Community. Mr. Purdie was instrumental in establishing several benchmark FBI investigative response components to include the FBI’s Rapid Deployment Teams (1998) and Fly Team (2001). He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Business Management from the University of Maryland University College (UMUC) and Master of Science in Engineering Management from the George Washington University. He also received a certificate in National Leadership Preparedness Initiative (NLPI) from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.

ANGELA TING, (INCUMBENT) ARLINGTON, VA Ms. Ting has been a member of Justice Federal Credit Union since 2007. She began serving on the Board of Directors in 2019 and was appointed to serve on the Supervisory Committee in the same year. Ms. Ting is an attorney who works for the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice. Ms. Ting has spent 17 years of her professional career focusing on the banking industry, starting at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the federal banking regulator of national banks, and then at the Department of Justice. Ms. Ting has conducted numerous bank merger investigations and has worked closely with other federal banking regulators. Ms. Ting holds a law degree from the University of Michigan.

ROGER L. TROTT, (INCUMBENT) FREDERICKSBURG, VA Mr. Trott has served on the Justice Federal Credit Union Board of Directors for the past six years. During this time, he served as the Board Secretary, Treasurer, and Vice-President. He is a retired FBI special agent and supervisory special agent with 23 years of service to the FBI and 7 additional years of state law enforcement service. Mr. Trott has been a member of Justice Federal Credit Union for over 20 years. He served as Executive Director of the FBI National Academy Associates (FBINAA), and the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI (SFSAFBI). Both of these outstanding professional associations are key partners of Justice Federal. In 20172018, Mr. Trott led the effort to create and launch the new Justice Federal Credit Union Foundation, Inc. The Foundation offers scholarships to Credit Union Members and their families and provides emergency assistance funds in hardship situations. (For more information go to jfcufoundation.org). Mr. Trott is a successful private investor, an Ohio State University graduate, and earned his master’s degree from the Marine Corps University.

MARY ANN WOODSON, (INCUMBENT) MCLEAN, VA Ms. Woodson has served on the Justice Federal Credit Union Board of Directors for 14 years. During her tenure, she has served as Secretary, Treasurer, Vice Chairman, and Chairman, as well as on various committees. She currently serves as Board Chairman. Ms. Woodson is retired from the federal government after a 36-year career in financial management, culminating in her appointment to Chief Financial Officer of the National Credit Union Administration. Her tenure at NCUA provided first-hand experience dealing with critical credit union issues resulting from the 2008 financial crisis. Prior to joining NCUA, Ms. Woodson served as the Deputy Chief Financial Officer at the Department of Homeland Security and Budget Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Ms. Woodson holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from George Mason University.