About the Town Hall Meetings

Join us at a Town Hall meeting this spring to connect with peers, discuss timely trends, and connect directly with your Association. New this year, each session will feature a specific theme to inspire discussion and sharing amongst attendees. Join us at your local gathering or travel to a meeting whose theme sparks your interest. Your continued engagement makes the Northwest Credit Union Movement robust!

Register now and mark your calendar to join us and your fellow credit union leaders this spring for networking and valuable industry discussion. Town Hall meetings will take place from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Location Information

Spokane – Tuesday, April 7
Horizon Credit Union
13224 E Mansfield Avenue, Suite 300
Spokane Valley, WA 99216

Theme: Housing & Cooperative Impact
As housing costs continue to rise across the Northwest, credit unions are working with business and community partners to design innovative solutions to this challenge. This meeting will focus on how credit unions can drive positive community impact through creative housing solutions and provide innovative financial resources to community partners.

Register Now for Spokane

Seattle – Thursday, April 9
BECU
12770 Gateway Drive
Room 210
Tukwila, WA 98092

Theme: Collaboration
As not-for-profit cooperatives, one of the unique characteristics of credit unions is their willingness to work cooperatively. In combination with the afternoon Small Credit Union Roundtable, this session will focus on identifying shared challenges and opportunities for collaboration.

Register Now for Seattle

Bellingham – Tuesday, April 14
WECU
511 Holly Street
Bellingham, WA 98225

Theme: Financial Health & Community Impact
Community impact is credit unions’ DNA. By better understanding members’ financial needs, they can tailor products and services to help them lead more financially stable lives. This meeting will feature an engaging discussion on the unique ways that area credit unions are maximizing their community impact, ultimately improving the financial health of their members and communities.

Register Now for Bellingham

Tacoma – Wednesday, April 15
Sound CU

1331 Broadway
Tacoma, WA 98042

Theme: Forward-Thinking Technology
As credit unions partner in innovation, Strategic Link strives to uncover cutting-edge products and solutions, ensuring the future relevance and success of the Movement. This meeting will focus on NWCUA’s betaSpace, which is leading the way on emerging fintech by bringing the latest in innovation right to credit unions’ doors.

Register Now for Tacoma

Longview – Thursday, April 16
Red Canoe Credit Union
1418 15th Avenue
Board Room
Longview, WA 98632

Theme: Financial Health & Community Impact
Community impact is credit unions’ DNA. By better understanding members’ financial needs, they can tailor products and services to help them lead more financially stable lives. This meeting will feature an engaging discussion on the unique ways that area credit unions are maximizing their community impact, ultimately improving the financial health of their members and communities.

Register Now for Longview

Idaho Falls – Tuesday, April 21
Westmark Credit Union
Board Room
3082 Outlet Boulevard
Idaho Falls, ID 83402

Theme: Financial Health in Rural Communities
As dedicated community-based financial institutions, credit unions are uniquely positioned to serve rural communities across the Northwest. This meeting will provide credit unions with the opportunity share the positive impact they’ve had in their rural communities, as well as discuss the unique challenges credit unions face in rural areas, including housing and workforce development.  

Register Now for Idaho Falls

Meridian – Thursday, May 7
CapEd Credit Union
275 South Stratford Drive
Meridian, ID 83462

Theme: Talent Development – Recruitment & Retention
Planning for the future means investing in the stewards of the cooperative structure – tomorrow’s credit union leaders. This session will focus on employee recruitment, retention, and developing the next generation of credit union leadership.

Register Now for Meridian

Eugene – Tuesday, May 19
Oregon Community Credit Union

2880 Chad Drive
Eugene, OR 97408

Theme: Forward-Thinking Technology
As credit unions partner in innovation, Strategic Link strives to uncover cutting-edge products and solutions, ensuring the future relevance and success of the Movement. This meeting will focus on NWCUA’s betaSpace, which is leading the way on emerging fintech by bringing the latest in innovation right to credit unions’ doors.

Register Now for Eugene

Tri-Cities – Thursday, May 21
HAPO Credit Union
HAPO Business Complex
3rd floor conference room
7601 West Clearwater Avenue
Kennewick WA, 99336

Theme: Financial Health in Rural Communities
As dedicated community-based financial institutions, credit unions are uniquely positioned to serve rural communities across the Northwest. This meeting will provide credit unions with the opportunity share the positive impact they’ve had in their rural communities, as well as discuss the unique challenges credit unions face in rural areas, including housing and workforce development.  

Register Now for Tri-Cities

Portland – Thursday, May 28
Consolidated Community Credit Union
1033 NE 6th Avenue
Portland, OR 97232

Theme: Housing & Cooperative Impact
As housing costs continue to rise across the Northwest, credit unions are working with local business and community partners to design and pilot innovative solutions to this challenge. This meeting will place a special emphasis on how credit unions in the Portland area are reimagining financial products and services to better serve their members’ and community partners’ housing needs.

Register Now for Portland

Questions or Concerns?

For more information or questions, contact our Programming Director, Holly Miller via email or reach her at 800.995.9064 x 220.