Marvin G. Copeland, Jr.
Marvin is an Operations Specialist at Merck & Company in Elkton, Va. Raised and educated in northern New Jersey, he began his career with Merck over 32 years ago. In addition to his managerial role, Marvin serves as the Site Diversity and Inclusion Lead, working with the employee business resource groups to engage, empower, educate, and inspire colleagues to be successful contributors to Merck's global strategy.
Marvin moved to the area in 2009 and since then has been an active volunteer for several local nonprofits, including United Way, Elkton Area United Service, Rockingham County Boys & Girls Club and more. He resides in Waynesboro with his wife Cassandra and their three children, Tierra, Marvin III, and Addison. Marvin has been serving as a DCCU volunteer in the role of Associate Director since March 2017. He has been a member of the Asset Liability Management Committee and is currently a member of the Governance Committee.
Drew Ellen Gogian
As a native of Augusta County, Drew is committed to serving our community. She is a graduate of Robert E. Lee High School and pursued her nursing education through Blue Ridge Community College, the University of Virginia, Old Dominion University, and Walden University. Drew has worked in our region as a registered nurse and nurse educator her entire career and is the Founding Director of the School of Nursing at Mary Baldwin University.
Drew began serving on the DCCU Board in 2016 as an Associate Director and currently as a Director. She has enjoyed advocating for the membership as our Credit Union has grown and welcomes the opportunity to continue to serve you as a Director. She sincerely believes in the mission of DCCU and is dedicated to doing her part in affecting real, lasting, and positive change in the lives of our members.
Q. Maurice Gresham
Maurice and his wife Lucille have been members of DCCU since 1965. During his 36 year career at DuPont, he held numerous supervisory and technical positions, including a three-year assignment in Maydown, Northern Ireland. He has been privileged to serve as a Director at the Credit Union since 2004, currently serving as Vice Chair. In addition to serving as the Board Treasurer, he has chaired the Asset Liability Management Committee and served on the Building Task Force and Personnel Committees.
Our Credit Union must continue to change to be relevant in the future. Its strong financial position supports growth and the challenge is to grow responsibly. We must use a conservative growth approach in order to control expenses and maintain our strong financial position. As a member of the Board, Maurice is dedicated to maintaining the services and standards that the members expect and deserve.