Volunteer for a Northwest Credit Union Association Committee or Task Force, and lend your skills to the critical work of advancing the Credit Union Movement.
Members of six Oregon credit unions demonstrated their willingness to personally advocate for their credit unions. So far this year, they’ve fired off nearly 1,200 messages to their elected US Senators and Representatives, as a result of their credit unions’ engagement in CUNA’s Member Activation Program (MAP).
Nominations are being accepted for four seats on the NWCUA board of directors. The board works closely with the executive office to establish the Association’s governance and direction.
New legislation addressing garnishments in Washington took effect June 7. The only change that affects credit unions is related to the contents of the garnishment writ.
The NCUA has clarified that new questions addressing minority credit unions and workplace diversity, which were added to fourth-quarter call report documents with no explanation from the agency, are required by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act.