Office of the CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
The Office of the Chief Financial Officer is responsible for development and implementation of travel policies and programs, agency budget preparation and management, ongoing finance and accounting functions, accounts payable, payroll, administration of credit union operating fees and capitalization deposits and NCUSIF operations.
Chief Financial Officer—Mary Ann Woodson
Mary Ann Woodson is the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) responsible for the daily operations of the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF) and the NCUA Operating Fund, including the accounting and financial reporting functions for both funds. She is also responsible for agency administrative functions, including travel policies and programs, budget preparation and management, finance and accounting functions, accounts payable, payroll, and the administration of credit union operating fees and NCUSIF capitalization deposits and operations.
Ms. Woodson joined NCUA after serving as deputy CFO at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which includes 22 agencies that merged when DHS was established. Prior to joining DHS in 2004, Ms. Woodson was Budget Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, where her federal career began in 1979.
Mary Ann Woodson holds a BS degree in accounting from George Mason University. Familiar with credit unions, she served on the board of directors for the Justice Federal Credit Union for more than 10 years and held various positions, including Board secretary, treasurer, vice chairman and chairman. Ms. Woodson is married and has two children.
National Credit Union Administration
1775 Duke St.
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