County Schools Federal Credit Union’s roots date back to January 14, 1960, formerly known as Ventura Schools Federal Credit Union. A group of eight educators had a vision to create a credit union, a not-for-profit financial cooperative to service the educational community in Ventura County: embracing the credit union motto, “people helping people.”
County Schools Federal Credit Union remains true to its roots as it continues to support Ventura County's educational community and their families while educating their members in terms of financial prosperity.
Our Vision and Mission
To be the primary financial institution of choice by providing the highest quality experience for every member.
County Schools Federal Credit Union is a member owned financial institution whose staff and volunteers are committed to operating a financially sound credit union by providing our members financial services of the highest quality and security with personal and professional integrity while pursuing sound and steady growth in support of Ventura County’s educational community and their families.
- We are not-for-profit. No stockholders. Simply, members helping members. And, members supporting education.
- We provide financial literacy for all ages from elementary to middle school, high school, and adult courses. No matter your age group all programs teach the practical financial skills, habits, and values necessary to save and handle money.
- We service the financial needs of Ventura County’s educational community by providing the highest quality of products and services.
- We are devoted to improving the financial well-being of our members and the educational community that we serve.
CSFCU Board of Directors
Stan Mantooth, Vice Chair
Service to CSFCU - thirteen years
Stan Mantooth is currently the Ventura County Superintendent of Schools and has over 35 years of experience in education. He has a Bachelor’s degree from California State University Northridge (CSUN), and a Master’s of Business Administration from Pepperdine University as well as California Teaching and Administrative credentials. Mr. Mantooth is the incoming President-Elect of the California County Superintendents Educational Services Association and also serves on a number of local Boards including the Ventura County Community Foundation, United Way, and Ventura County First 5 Commission. He is a past chair of both the CSFCU Supervisory Committee and the Board of Directors.
Francine Torrigiani, Secretary
Service to CSFCU - twenty-four years
Francine Torrigiani retired in June 2011 from Santa Paula Union High School District where she was the Assistant Superintendent of Business and Classified Personnel. Francine has over twenty-six years of experience in the area of school business and twelve years' experience in human resources. She has a Bachelor’s Degree from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. In 1990, Ms. Torrigiani was appointed to the newly formed Asset/Liability Committee and in 1991 was elected to the Board of Directors. She served as Chair of the Board for seven years.
Service to CSFCU - four years
Dr. Diane Eberhardy is a Professor of Business and Information Systems at Oxnard College. She has been an Educator with the Ventura County Community College District for over 20 years. She received her doctorate in Education and her Master’s in Business Administration from California Lutheran University. She has been a member of CSFCU since 1989. In 2011, Dr. Eberhardy was elected to the Board of Directors and serves on several committees, including the Nominating committee, the Policy committee, and the Asset/Liability committee.
Service to CSFCU - eighteen years
Barbara retired from Ventura County Superintendent of Schools where she was an Assistant Director. Though retired, Barbara continues working in school finance in various capacities throughout Ventura County. She is a graduate of the University of La Verne, where she earned her Master of Science in Business Organizational Management. Barbara has been a member of the Board of Directors since 1996.
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