CU Chapter Leaders Set To Come Together at 2017 Chapter Leadership Workshop
Chapter leaders in all three states will convene on March 8th for a deep dive into leadership, education, advocacy, and philosophy in action.
2017 is set to be a different kind of LEAP year for Northwest credit unions. And it all begins March 8 with the Chapter Leadership Workshop.
Since the execution of the Strategic Management Alliance between your Association and the Idaho Credit Union League, NWCUA is now home to 27 individual Chapters. Each represents credit unions located within designated geographic boundaries, offering programs in leadership, education, advocacy, and philosophy in action.
They also represent local collaboration in action, with Chapter leaders in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho meeting to build and strengthen a Chapter community that now spans three states.
The workshop will happen simultaneously in five locations connected by video conference: Tigard, Oregon; SeaTac, Washington; Spokane, Washington; Boise, Idaho; and Pocatello, Idaho.
“This is our annual opportunity to bring the chapter family together, and let them know how thankful we are for their service and dedication to the Northwest Credit Union Movement,” said NWCUA Community Manager Carmen Vigil. “It’s important that we have as many Chapters represented as possible.”
Click here for the more information on the agenda, which will include a focus for each one of the four LEAP pillars, with “Fireside Chats” from NWCUA President and CEO Troy Stang on Leadership and Advocacy, along with a strategic planning presentation by DeeDee Myers, and a discussion on credit union principles and philosophy. If you are a chapter leader, you do not want to miss this opportunity to have your chapter’s voice heard at your annual workshop.