For over four decades, her passion for developing and retaining talent have helped drive ICCU’s success.
Making members’ lives better has been Morrison’s mission for more than four decades.
A passion for service to members and community, care for colleagues, and a commitment to advocacy define this young professional.
Read Anthem’s “Why they Won” series to learn more about the 2021 Summit Award winners including Jim Morrell, the Summit Advocate.
It was a moving night of storytelling that shined a light on credit unions’ efforts to make a difference for their members and communities.
Visit the event page online to learn more about the three categories and submit your entries.
This year’s must-attend Summit Awards Dinner & Gala is sure to bring laughter, tears, and much-needed connection.
Credit unions have until July 2 to submit their nominations.
Credit unions have until July 2 to nominate an outstanding credit union or individual to be recognized at this year’s Summit Awards Dinner & Gala.
The virtual gala, complimentary to all NWCUA members, recognizes the incredible work credit unions did this past year.
Northwest credit unions come together to honor a year of exemplary service, innovation, and community giving.
Eight credit unions across the region are recognized with Dora Maxwell, Louise Herring, and Alphonse Desjardins awards for their commitment to the “People Helping People” philosophy.
Credit unions have just 10 days left to submit their nominations for the Dora Maxwell, Louise Herring, and Desjardins awards.
The deadline for entries has been extended to July 31.
The credit unions will be recognized during the Credit Union National Association’s Governmental Affairs Conference in February.
Why They Won: Four Northwest Credit Unions Honored at MAXX Convention for Excellence in Youth Financial Education
The credit unions’ teams fanned out to teach financial basics to thousands of elementary, junior high, and senior high school students in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
Credit unions and leaders were recognized for their professional excellence.
The Chapter hosted numerous events, excelling in all four pillars – Leadership, Education, Advocacy, and Philosophy-in-Action.