On Friday, August 6, the White House announced that National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Chairman Todd Harper would be nominated to a full term on the board. Harper joined the NCUA board in 2019. In 2021, he was appointment to Chairman by President Joe Biden. Harper had been serving in a holdover capacity since his term expired in April 2021.
“In January, when the President of the United States designated me as the twelfth Chairman of the National Credit Union Administration, I said it was the greatest honor of my career,” said Todd Harper. “[T]he White House has announced its intent to nominate me to serve a full term as an NCUA Board Member. I am now even more humbled by the continued trust and faith the President has placed in me.”
Harper has more than 25 years of government service and specializes in financial services policy. He previously served as Director of Public and Congressional Affairs at NCUA and as Chief Policy Advisor to the chairman from 2011 – 2017.