Jennifer Wagner is the EVP & Chief Advocacy Officer for the Northwest Credit Union Association. She leads the Association’s federal governmental affairs priorities, working closely with the Northwest congressional delegation in Washington, D.C. as well as in our region. Wagner oversees the Association’s grassroots advocacy programs and initiatives to raise political action funds to support candidates who promote credit union movement legislation. She leads the operational side of all advocacy programs including the grassroots and political advocacy efforts.

After earning a BA from Oregon State University, Wagner spent 10 years in the legislative arena, working for local congressional representatives Darlene Hooley and Kurt Schrader, both in Washington D.C. and in their Oregon offices.

Wagner sits on AACUL’s Political Involvement and Grassroots Committee, which is charged with providing direction and feedback in the development, implementation, and championing of political and grassroots programs for the credit union system.

Wagner appreciates the commitment credit unions make to doing what is best for their members and communities and finding time to share that message with lawmakers.

Joe Adamack

VP, Legislative Affairs for Washington

Phone: 206.340.4812

Toll-free: 800.995.9064 x102

jadamack@nwcua.org

Joe Adamack is the Vice President of Legislative Affairs for the Northwest Credit Union Association in Washington. In this role, he represents the interests of the state’s 85 credit unions and their members before the Legislature, statewide elected officials, and agencies to ensure state laws and rules support and foster a positive regulatory environment that […]

Samantha Beeler

Samantha Beeler

VP, Advocacy

Phone: 503.350.2218

Toll-free: 800.995.9064 x218

sbeeler@nwcua.org

Samantha Beeler is the Northwest Credit Union Association’s VP, Advocacy, a role that allows her to work closely with elected officials in the Northwest, as well as credit unions to tell our story. Beeler focuses primarily on our Federal legislative and political priorities. She also brings extensive grassroots advocacy experience to the Association after handling […]

Jordan Beyer

Jordan Beyer

Manager, Grassroots Advocacy

Phone: 208.350.6509

Toll-free: 800.995.9064 x309

jbeyer@nwcua.org

Jordan Beyer is Grassroots Advocacy Manager for the Northwest Credit Union Association. In this role, he has the pleasure of working closely with credit union leaders and their staff in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington to help them better understand their role as credit union advocates. Beyer enjoys being a storyteller, conveying to elected officials on […]

Ryan Fitzgerald

Ryan Fitzgerald

VP, Legislative Affairs for Idaho

Phone: 208.350.6116

Toll-free: 800.995.9064 x306

rfitzgerald@nwcua.org

Ryan Fitzgerald is the Northwest Credit Union Association Vice President of Legislative Affairs for the State of Idaho. Fitzgerald works on behalf of Idaho credit unions and their members to advocate for sound policy and legislation that is beneficial and supportive of the credit union movement. He’s a passionate advocate for credit union interests and, […]

Pamela Leavitt

Policy Advisor, Advocacy & Grassroots for Oregon

Phone: 503.887.2336

Toll-free: 800.995.9064

pleavitt@nwcua.org

Pamela Leavitt is the Oregon State advocacy and grassroots policy advisor for the Northwest Credit Union Association. Leavitt contributes to the coordination of the Association’s governmental affairs activities in the Oregon Legislature, with emphasis on establishing effective credit union participation in the legislative and political process. She helps manage the legislative agenda and works with […]

John Trull

John Trull

VP, Regulatory Advocacy

Phone: 503.350.2209

Toll-free: 800.995.9064 x209

jtrull@nwcua.org

John Trull is the Vice President of Regulatory Advocacy for the Northwest Credit Union Association. He works to advocate credit unions’ opinions and positions to Federal and State Regulators to ensure reasonable non-burdensome regulations are promulgated. In addition to monitoring regulatory development and participating in the rulemaking processes where appropriate, Trull serves as a contact […]