Shelton Roulhac

Shelton RoulhacShelton Roulhac
Manager of State Legislative Information and Research
Credit Union National Association

Shelton Roulhac is the manager of State Legislative Information and Research for the Credit Union National Association (CUNA), where he researches and reviews state legislation, laws and regulations to determine their impact on the nation’s credit unions. He also obtains and analyzes legal information for use in support of credit unions’ state advocacy efforts. Shelton further represents credit union interests on the task forces and committees of national organizations of state legislators.

Prior to joining CUNA, Shelton was senior policy analyst at the Council on Foundations (COF), where he primarily provided analysis of complex tax legislation and the implications of tax policies, including charitable deductions, excise taxes, and unrelated business income taxes on foundations. Prior to being the COF, Shelton served as specialist, public policy at Mortgage Bankers Association, where he drafted Congressional testimonies, position papers, industry briefs, and comment letters to federal agencies, including the Department of Treasury, Department of Agriculture, and the Department of Housing and Urban Development. He also served as legislative aide for a member of Congress from Houston, Texas, where his portfolio included energy, immigration and defense issues.

With nearly six years in the association industry, Shelton’s career has been dedicated to advancing public policies that will strengthen his respective organizations’ members. In all positions, he has been instrumental in initiating and implementing innovative programs that have resulted in increased value for these associations.

Shelton holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Florida A&M University, and a Juris Doctor from the University Of Wisconsin-Madison.