Betty Dunn was born in Cocoa, Florida, and has lived and worked in the Brevard County area for her entire career. She began teaching in 1976 at her alma mater, Cocoa High School, and served subsequent terms as Dean, Assistant Principal, and Principal of Stone Middle School before accepting the position of Director of Student Services of the Brevard County Public Schools in 2000. Ms. Dunn, was formerly Assistant Superintendent for Student Services and is currently retired. She joined the Board of Directors of CCU in 2003, and also served as the Chairperson of the Audit Committee in addition to her duties as Board Director, prior to assuming the position of Chairman. She and her husband currently reside in Rockledge.
Dortha "Dot" Everhart began her teaching career in North Carolina in 1946, and moved to Florida in 1956. Ms. Everhart spent 16 years in the classroom teaching English and Social Studies, and an additional 27 years in the library. She has served as President of the Brevard County Association of School Librarians, and as Secretary of the Brevard County Education Association. She joined the Board of Directors of CCU in 1965, and served 23 years as Secretary before being elected Vice-Chair. She resides in Titusville, making her the only Board member from north Brevard.
Linda Dale has lived and worked in Brevard County since 1982. She began her career here as a CPA with one of the large local accounting firms and then worked with a real estate development company as its controller. In January of 1990, she started her own public accounting firm, Linda Dale & Company, PA, through which she continues to provide tax and accounting services to a variety of clients. She is licensed to practice in both Florida and her native state of Kentucky, and has taught accounting as an adjunct professor at Brevard Community College. Ms. Dale joined the Board of Directors in 1994 and currently serves at the Board Secretary & Treasurer. She has served on several boards of community and professional organizations in Brevard and is currently a Director on the boards of the Brevard Schools Foundation and the Brevard Zoo. Ms Dale and her husband reside in Merritt Island.
Jim Platman was born in Batavia, New York. He attended Kent State University in Kent, Ohio, where he received a degree in Telecommunications in 1970. He moved to Florida in 1971. Since 1974, he has worked for Bright House Networks as their Program/Community Relations Manager. Mr. Platman has served on the Boards of the Brevard Red Cross and the Brevard Schools Foundation, and on the Community Advisory Board for WBCC, as well as working with numerous local charities and cultural groups. He was elected to the Board of Directors at CCU in 2006, and also serves on the Audit Committee. Mr. Platman currently resides in Melbourne.
Moses L. Harvin grew up in South Carolina where his mother owned a beauty salon. He is a long-term resident of Brevard County. In 1995, he started American Services Technology, Inc., a facilities support services and logistics firm serving clients like the Air Force, Department of Energy, Patrick Air Force Base and others. Moses Harvin was elected to the CCU Audit Committee in 2006 and the CCU Board of Directors in 2016. Mr. Harvin also serves on various boards and committees within Brevard including: Cocoa Beach Area Chamber of Commerce, Civilian and Military Council, Lead Brevard, Claflin Board of Trustees, African-American Business Leadership, the National Contract Management Association, Florida/NASA Business Incubation Center, and United Way of Brevard. He and his wife Emma reside in Viera.
Henry L. "Jack" Kelley was born in Jacksonville, Florida. He served in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean Conflict, and started his career as a teacher in Cobb County, Georgia, in 1955. He arrived in Brevard County in 1958, and has served as a Teacher, Assistant Principal, Principal, and Assistant Superintendent in the Brevard Public School System, as well as serving as Director of the East Central Florida Management Training Institute. He joined the Credit Committee of the Brevard County Teachers' Credit Union in 1961, and became Treasurer of the Board of Directors in 1964. In 1983, he was elected to the position of Chairman of the then-named Community Educators Credit Union, which he held until his retirement from the Board in 2016. He and his wife reside in Rockledge.