Northwest Credit Union Association’s Town Hall Meetings Wrap up for 2018
Credit union leaders across the region collaborated, networked, and tackled important issues.
The Northwest Credit Union Association recently concluded its 2018 Town Hall series held at 10 locations throughout our region, between April 3 and June 15.
Each year, Town Halls provide credit union leaders with an opportunity to meet and discuss issues important to the industry and the Credit Union Movement. This year, among other topics, attendees and Association leadership discussed market relevancy, public awareness, public policy, talent management, and the planned merger between the NWCUA and the Idaho Credit Union League.
“I was delighted to see so many credit union leaders attend a Town Hall and engage in what always results in insightful dialogue,” said NWCUA President and CEO Troy Stang. “The collaborative nature of these fluid discussions enables our members to share best practices and keep sight of the everchanging landscape of our industry. I’m grateful for our members’ continued engagement, and their commitment to advancing the Credit Union Movement.”
The NWCUA also would like to extend a thank you to the member credit unions who hosted the Town Hall meetings.
- East Idaho Credit Union, Idaho Falls
- Numerica Credit Union, Spokane Valley
- HAPO Community Credit Union, Vancouver
- Maps Credit Union, Salem
- MountainCrest Credit Union, Arlington
- Gesa Credit Union, Richland
- CapEd Credit Union, South Nampa Member, Nampa
- Verity Credit Union, Seattle
- Pioneer Federal Credit Union, Boise
- Unitus Community Credit Union, Portland
Through collaboration, credit union leaders help shape the advocacy agenda and the overall influence of Northwest credit unions. We look forward to next year’s Town Hall series and all the interim opportunities to gather our Northwest family, including at MAXX 2018. If you haven’t registered, register now!