Sunday, December 10, 2023

SECU - A Question Of Character: Profiling Members Who Speak Out....#4 

                 "I have a list..."


✅ Leigh Brady  [CUToday - 10/202023]
“… Let me be clear on that group of members; 28 of those 32 were SECU retirees,” said Brady. “These were members where Blaine gave them a sheet of paper and said ‘You read this. And gave the next one a sheet of paper and said, ‘Now you read this.’ They were holding papers where Blaine gave them talking points. And they were supposed to stand up during the comment section and read their comments.”

Brady said she knows for a fact that is what occurred."

 ✅ "THE LIST":


.... not sure why the 9 (not 28!) "SECU retirees" don't count. 

Does all this apply to the three newly elected SECU Board members who also spoke?


  1. I truly hope Ms. Brady sees that her lies have surfaced. The truth is in black and white. We can all read. 9 is most certainly a far cry from 28. Of course, we are talking about someone who thinks people can just get a cosigner for a loan to get a better tiered rate. No biggie! *eyeroll*

    The membership and employees deserve transparency and, most of all, honesty from someone with the President/CEO title. The respect I have for her is zilch at this point. Especially since she was so disrespectful toward the speakers who were at the meeting! Ugly comments and bold faced lies aren't a good look for you Ms. Brady. I think an apology would speak volumes.

    1. Don't think an apology would be sincere. She has had way too much time to admit she was wrong and has not. She will not.

  2. We now only profile those on the Credit Score list ... step right up get your credit score and win a prize.... sorry not the apple pie, that's for our 'special' clients ...

  3. Leigh Brady, CEO - Chief Executive of Oops!, Caught Expounding Offensiveness, Clearly (needs to) Exit Office, Chief Executive Obfuscater, Chief Error Officer, well, you get the picture - SNAFU and FUBAR would cover it if she were in the military.

  4. For 9 of the 32 to be retired SECU employees that is surprising but far less than the 28 mentioned.

  5. These leaders of the CU lack the gratitude that they should have towards an organization that gave them an opportunity to carry on the vision the founders had to help fellow member/owners with their finances...
    If they don't like that idea maybe they are working in the wrong place and should seek employment or board seats elsewhere....

  6. Why does it matter if a MEMBER was a former SECU employee… who would know the proven culture and the heart of the organization any better! I would have certainly thought Leigh would be right there with them! We have so many long term employees because the love the organization they work at!! It’s looking more and more like this will be a thing of the past!