Troy Stang to Deliver Final Address as CUNA Board Chair on March 2
After serving during an historic year, Stang will share his thoughts on the future of the Credit Union Movement.
In his final address as Credit Union National Association Board Chair, Troy Stang, President and CEO of the Northwest Credit Union Association, will reflect on 2020 — a critical year where credit unions rallied around their members, communities, and Main Street, providing them with the financial services they needed to navigate the rapidly changing economy.
During his March 2 address, Stang will encourage advocates to share their credit unions’ incredible stories with lawmakers, showing them just how essential their services were in 2020, and how they will play a key role this year in helping members rebuild. Those registered for CUNA GAC are encouraged to tune in for Stang’s address at 10 a.m. PST, 11 a.m. MST.
In anticipation of his walk-off address, Stang spoke with Mike Lawson from CUBroadcast yesterday, Feb. 22, to reflect on what was a historic year for credit unions and shed light on where the Credit Union Movement is headed in 2021. The full interview can be viewed here.
Stang was elected Chair during CUNA GAC in February of 2020, and lead during a year where the industry saw rapid changes and developments. Serving on CUNA’s Board of Directors since 2013, Stang has held several Board seats, including Vice Chair, Secretary, and Treasurer. He will remain on the Board as a Director after his chairmanship ends.
CUNA GAC-registered attendees can watch Stang’s address during the CUNA Annual General Meeting, and NWCUA will share a video of Stang’s full CUNA GAC address on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn later that same day, March 2.
CUNA’s annual conference will be held virtually this year from March 2-4. For more information, visit NWCUA online.
Editor’s Note: Look for a March 2 story in Anthem covering Troy Stang’s full final address as CUNA Board Chair.