Education: Bachelors Degree and Masters Degree in Accounting, Brigham Young University.
Experience: Utah County Clerk Auditor, Novell Internal Auditing Department Current
Position: Utah County Treasurer
Kim Jackson is a man of numbers and he has the resume to prove it. Along with working full time as Utah County Treasurer, Kim has devoted twenty years (and counting) of volunteer service on UCCU’s Supervisory Committee and Board of Directors. As part of his duties, Kim has responded to member concerns and questions, managed internal and external auditors, and helped make certain that the credit union has operated in a fiscally responsible manner. We sat down with Kim and discussed his role on the UCCU Board of Directors.
What brought you to UCCU?
Actually, I’ve been a member of the credit union since…I can’t even tell you how many years. My father worked at BYU and helped me become a member back in the 1960s. Which means that UCCU and I are almost the same age!
How did you get involved with UCCU’s Board of Directors?
I worked at Novell with Ron Eliason, who was Novell’s CFO before becoming UCCU’s fifth president. After he accepted that position, he asked me to serve on UCCU’s Supervisory Committee. Eventually, I joined the Board of Directors, where I’m currently serving my third term as Chair.
Can you tell us a little about your experiences volunteering for UCCU?
I’ve always appreciated UCCU’s conservative approach to finances. We really do safeguard each and every dollar. As a member, I’ve always felt completely safe having my money here, because it’s well run, it’s well watched after, and we keep up with every technological advancement. I also really enjoy the relationship I share with the other board members. This is an amazing group of experts, from many different industries, and we make decisions together.
Do you have a favorite UCCU technology?
Mobile deposit! It’s just so helpful and easy!
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