About Great Basin
Mission, Vision, Values, & Service Promises
Our Mission: We exist to enrich the lives of our members and community through education and financial excellence.
Our Vision: To be member-loved.
Our Core Values:
Culture: We nurture creativity, personal growth, and belonging.
Empowerment: We empower people to take control of their lives.
Relationships: We value our relationships and cultivate them in order to achieve common goals and mutual loyalty.
Education: We are committed to enriching the lives of others through education.
Community: We actively support our community through leadership, participation, and financial commitment.
We promise to:
Act with integrity and professionalism.
Be knowledgeable, accurate, and efficient.
Take ownership. Find a solution. Follow through.
Do more than expected. Impress someone
Great Basin Federal Credit Union has been a member of the community since our charter on January 11, 1951. What began as a 50 member credit union for Reno-Bell Phone Company employees has grown to a community chartered credit union serving over 15,000 people. Our philosophy of building personable relationships with our members still remains a core value to the board members and staff.
For a little glimpse into our history, take a look at this short interview with the charming Jack Dunn – one of the founding members and first President of the credit union:
Volunteer Board of Directors & Supervisory Committee
Did you know?
Credit unions are governed by a volunteer Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee who are members of the credit union (just like you!) and offer their expertise to help the credit union navigate through decisions. If you would like a direct and active role in how the credit union operates and in representing the needs and desires of your fellow members, we urge you to get involved and volunteer.
Board of Directors
Vice President CFO
Vice President COO
Vice President CMO
Vice President CIO
As an owner of Great Basin Federal Credit Union, you have access to the financial statements of your credit union. Listed below are the annual financial statements for the past several years.