The Northwest Credit Union Association’s annual MAXX Convention received prime media attention.
NWCUA President & CEO Troy Stang was interviewed for this report on a large credit union’s new name, and credit unions’ overall focus on providing contemporary services for today’s consumer-members.
Associations Now and CU Today featured the Northwest Credit Union Association’s young professionals network, designed to promote networking and growth opportunities for credit union employees on the way up.
The groundbreaking analysis documenting credit unions’ $7.7 billion impact was widely reported by trade and mainstream media.
Jamie Dedmon, managing director of the Northwest Credit Union Association, says the program will help teachers fill a gap in the curriculum on personal finances.
Local media covered the Northwest Credit Union Foundation’s Financial Reality Fair Extravaganza in April.
Governor Signs Bill Removing State Criminal Liability From Credit Unions Doing Business With Legal Pot Industry
The Oregonian and OregonLive covered NWCUA insight on new Oregon law addressing financial services for legal marijuana businesses.
The Portland Business Journal interviewed NWCUA President & CEO Troy Stang about Oregon credit unions’ membership surge.
FOX 12 Oregon reported on the significant contributions that Portland and Vancouver area credit unions have made to OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital.
NWCUA’s VP of Communication & Public Affairs Lynn Heider discusses how Idaho credit unions are assisting federal workers during the partial federal government shutdown.
Credit union and community driven commissions are being created to address workforce housing and other community challenges.
NWCUF creating mission-focused commissions to address financial and social challenges.
Miracle Child Cass Huff reminded MAXX attendees of the critical care Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals provide with her inspiring story.
Credit unions raise $628,226.49 for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals at NWCUA’s MAXX convention.