From food banks to Wonder Woman, Chapters across the Northwest find creative ways to support the Credit Union Movement.
Nominate Outstanding Northwest Credit Union Professionals for the 2017 Summit, CUNA, and Chapter Awards
Nomination period is open today through June 23 for the 2017 NWCUA Annual Awards Program, which will be presented during the 2017 MAXX Convention in October.
People on the move at Providence and Oregon State; service recognition at Solarity; Unitus invests in financial education; and Red Canoe glides into a new suburban branch.
Papiez’s transition has been seamless following a term as Acting Director.
Congratulations are in order for six Idaho credit unions which have been ranked among the “Best Places to Work in Idaho.”
The Nominating Committee will screen candidates for the next Idaho Credit Union League Board of Directors election.
For her work leading Point West Credit Union through net worth restoration and service to the underserved, Amy Nelson is one of four national finalists.
The Central Oregon Chapter helps local veterans, while the King County Chapter plans an impact branding workshop.
The Portland-based credit union will leverage 75 years’ experience in the Northwest, to now serve insurance professionals across the country.
Chapter leaders in all three states will convene on March 8th for a deep dive into leadership, education, advocacy, and philosophy in action.
NWCUA President & CEO Troy Stang shares how CUNA Mutual Group supports Northwest advocacy efforts.
Volunteer efforts helps aid local nonprofit group.
During his keynote, Powell will discuss leadership, confidence and American optimism as he shares key lessons learned from his experience in public service.
The Northwest CUDE-certified universe grew by four recently as part of a 40 person training was held with the Foundation.