Town Hall Meetings to be Held at Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in 2015
March 23, 2015
March 23, 2015
Credit unions are more than an industry. We’re a movement. And we are strongest when we connect with each other and find the common interests around which we can unite.
Town Hall Meetings are the perfect venue to network with fellow credit union professionals and share your thoughts on the industry’s greatest challenges with the NWCUA Board and Leadership Team. Registration is now open for 2015 Town Halls.
Along with networking, you will have a chance to gain new insights into opportunities taking shape in the Northwest, including avenues of creating more member value, operating efficiencies for your credit union and non-interest income possibilities. And we will also dive into new Northwest Credit Union Foundation resources.
And this year, Town Hall Meetings will be held at the six Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals that Northwest credit unions support through Credit Unions for Kids. This gives us the chance to see the impact credit unions are making in the lives of children and their families firsthand.
“I’m incredibly excited for this year’s Town Halls,” said Troy Stang, president and CEO of the NWCUA. “These Town Hall meetings have proven to provide a strong bond throughout the credit union movement of the Northwest, and hosting these events at Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals will add an extra layer of meaning and purpose to each of the gatherings.”
Click here for more information on 2015 Town Hall Meetings, or click the links below to get more details and register for the Town Hall nearest you.
- Spokane, WA — April 21, 2015 — Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital
- Medford, OR — June 11, 2015 — Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center
- Springfield, OR — June 25, 2015 — Sacred Heart Medical Center
- Seattle, WA — June 30, 2015 — Seattle Children’s Hospital
- Yakima, WA — July 1, 2015 — Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital
- Portland, OR — August 20, 2015 — Doernbecher Children’s Hospital
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