April 29, 2020


4:30 PM


To Be Determined



New! Member Summit!

Interactive Q&As | Educational Sessions | Panel Discussions


Mark your calendars for our upcoming new Member Summit combined with the Annual Meeting on April 29th!

In conjunction with an informative presentation of 2019 activities and future plans, we are hosting a Member Summit to give you a first-hand, all-inclusive opportunity to gain in-depth knowledge on topics that will help your bottom line. We will provide refreshments, prizes plus giveaways!

Look for more information about this year’s supersized Annual Meeting and how to register coming soon!

Pursuant to the Nymeo Federal Credit Union (“Nymeo”) bylaws, formal notice is hereby given this 14th day of February, 2020, to the general membership of Nymeo for the upcoming Annual Meeting.

There will be two (2) Directors who have an expiring term on the Board of Directors as of the date of the Annual Meeting: Jeanice Brown Thomas and Elizabeth Duffy. The election for the open positions on the Board of Directors will not be conducted by ballot and there will be no nominations from the floor when the number of nominees equals the number of Directors who have an expiring term.

Nominations by petition will be accepted by Nymeo members until March 21, 2020. If you are interested in a nomination by petition packet, please contact Ashley Adams by phone at 240-436-4066 or email at aadams@nymeo.org.

Biography of Nominees

Elizabeth Duffy

Elizabeth is the Executive Director of Dual Enrollment for Frederick Community College. She oversees both the open campus dual enrollment program where high school students travel to FCC’s campus to take courses, as well as the school based program where FCC’s courses are taught on the local high school campuses. Elizabeth also oversees the Early College program. She is passionate about the importance and value of education for the students and families of Frederick County.

Elizabeth has been in this position since December 2013. Elizabeth’s academic background includes being a graduate from Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a B.A. in English Education in 1991. While teaching, she earned her M.A. in Curriculum and Instruction from Towson State University in 1996. Elizabeth also earned her Administration and Leadership certification from Hood College in 2005. Elizabeth is a co-chair of the FCC/FCPS Executive Steering Committee.

Jeanice Brown Thomas

Jeanice Brown Thomas is a Research Scientist who recently retired from NIST after working almost 44 years. She is a current Nymeo Board member (for 9 years). She also previously served on the Supervisory Committee of the Credit Union. During her career as a scientist, Jeanice was involved in organic analytical research with emphasis on environmental, clinical and food analysis. She was the Program Manager for the NIST Micronutrients Measurement Quality Assurance Program for over 20 years. Her responsibilities included coordinating and managing day-to-day activities as well as organizing QA workshops and conducting measurements in support of vitamin analysis for more than 40 laboratories worldwide.

Jeanice has authored/co-authored over 100 scientific publications and has given over 80 technical and non-technical talks. She has a variety of interests that range from health/nutrition issues and STEM outreach to taking nature walks. Jeanice recently released a memoir: "Breaking through Barriers: The Journey" where she describes her childhood experiences during the civil rights movement and the desegregation of schools in Virginia. Jeanice has a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry and an MBA in Business Management. She also served as the Acting Chair of the NIST Internal Review Board.

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