Paulette Chambers, Board Member
Paulette was born and raised in Philadelphia. She is a graduate cum laude of Peirce College with an A.S. in business administration and is a member of Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society. Paulette has been a member of the Philadelphia Federal Credit Union since 1971 and served on various committees as an active volunteer for the past 25 years. She has been a member of the Supervisory Committee and was Chairperson of the Loan Policy and Loan Review Committees. Today, Paulette serves on the Board of Directors’ Executive Committee. She is also a member of the Asset and Liability Management Committee. Employed by the City of Philadelphia for over 36 years, Paulette held various positions from a Clerk Messenger to an Applications Programmer III. She is an active member of the Urban League, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the African American Museum of Philadelphia, the Schomburg Center, Smithsonian Institution, WHYY, WRTI-Temple University, the Franklin Institute and the Free Library of Philadelphia Foundation. Paulette also serves as a member of the West Oak Lane Business Association and three senior centers including the Center in the Park, Martin Luther King and West Oak Lane. In her spare time, she teaches line dancing for the St. Peter Claver Junior Auxiliary at St. Athanasius School and the Kings Men class at MLK Senior Center. She supports numerous charities that include Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, American Diabetes Association, American Heart Association, Bridges to Education, Career Wardrobe, Center for Community Arts, Feed the Children, Habitat for Humanity, Mercy Neighborhood Ministries, Philabundance, Susan G. Komen Foundation, The Philadelphia Foundation and West Catholic High School among many others. She resides in Philadelphia and has two married daughters and three grandchildren.