Washington Asset Building Coalition ‘Take Flight’ Conference Coming Soon

The Washington Asset Building Coalition—a group of local asset building coalitions around Washington State dedicated to providing opportunities to low and moderate-income residents—is hosting the Take Flight conference in Seattle on May 25. The event, to be held at the Museum of Flight, will include a series of presentations, many relevent to credit unions.

With spots filling up (registration is required), the sessions include:

Creating the Next Generation of Savers

How to Motivate Savings

White House Fellow Dr. Crystal Hall

Washington’s New College Savings Program

Senator David Frockt

Tackling the Student Loan Crisis

What Washington Can Do to Help Students

Senator Marco Liias


Micro-enterprise & Good Jobs

Lessons from Blue Mountain Artisan Food Center

Jeannie Dickinson, Port of Columbia


The Future of Micro-enterprise in Washington

Juan Aguilar, Washington Microenterprise Association

Retirement Savings for All

Filling the Retirement Gap with My RA

U.S. Treasury Deputy Secretary Mark Iwry

Washington’s Small Business Retirement Marketplace

Cathy MacCaul, AARP
Carolyn McKinnon, Department of Commerce

Questions about this story? Contact Eric Horvath: 503.350.2222, ehorvath@nwcua.org.

Posted in NWCUA.