Schieffer has more than 58 years of experience as a reporter, 46 of them with CBS News, and has interviewed every U.S. president since Richard Nixon.
More than 150 credit unions, 500 Movement leaders, and 100 business partners gathered for the three day convention to share ideas, learn the newest operational solutions for their members, and glimpse at 2017 and beyond during Your Association’s Annual Business Meeting.
The 2016 gathering of Northwest credit union executives is set to test the limits and MAXXimize member value. But first, pump the brakes and find out where to start.
The MAXX 2016 Convention in SeaTac will now be available in attendees’ pockets, allowing them to keep up with events and news during the convention in October.
ACUC Opens With Welcome From NWCUA President & CEO Troy Stang, Support From Congressman Denny Heck, and Powerful Keynote From Alex Sheen
The conference brings four days of educational content and idea-sharing to downtown Seattle for credit union leaders from around the country.
The online-only virtual conference delivers advanced learning for credit union leaders, can be attended from anywhere with an internet connection, and is completely free.
The passionate entrepreneur and corporate trainer was a favorite at last year’s Amplify. This year she takes the main stage to get credit unions on their feet, talking to each other and learning deeply the power of effective communication, engagement and leadership.
Winter and spring trainings are filling up fast for “one of the most transformative and unique credit union training events offered.”
Credit union employees who specialize in business lending or business development can earn professional certifications from the Credit Union National Association at training sessions scheduled for this summer.
It’s the first full day of the 2014 Governmental Affairs Conference in Washington, D.C., where more than 4,400 credit union advocates – including 225 from the Northwest – have gathered to spread the credit union message and address key issues facing the movement.
NCUA board Chairman Debbie Matz will talk about her vision for the future of the regulatory agency and the challenges that lie ahead when the Northwest Credit Union Association kicks off its 2013 Amplify Convention in Portland this afternoon.
How to show up as an effective leader, marketing on a shoestring and partnering with startup companies are some of the topics Amplify attendees will be diving into in Portland in October. Fifteen breakout sessions are being offered in addition to keynote addresses by five nationally renowned speakers.
NCUA Chair Debbie Matz will deliver the keynote address at the NWCUA’s Amplify Convention, the Association announced this week. Matz addresses Amplify attendees on Oct. 8, the opening day of the region’s largest gathering of financial services providers.
A motivational speaker dressed in a frumpy patterned dress, outlandish glasses and veiled hat got the attention of high-level credit union leaders attending the NWCUA/CUES Executive Summit. Internationally known presenter Ann Louise Sterry taught attendees to rewire their brains to leverage change.
NWCUA/CUES Executive Summit Attendees Hear Study Debunking Bank Lobby Claims about Credit Union Tax Model
More than 60 credit union leaders took a deep dive into the ECONorthwest study debunking the bank lobby’s claims about the credit union tax model. The study was a keynote presentation at the NWCUA/CUES Executive Summit taking place this week in Sunriver, Oregon.
CUNA President/CEO Bill Cheney will share an executive dialogue with attendees to the NWCUA/CUES Executive Summit in Sunriver July 24-26. In an interactive, 90-minute discussion, Cheney will answer questions about the regulatory burden and pending legislation, as well as listen to credit union executives’ concerns.
Credit union directors will be more effective if they understand the difference between governance and management, and which of those roles they should play. Steve Winninger, a renowned credit union industry consultant, will enlighten directors by sharing the Policy Governance® model at the NWCUA Volunteers’ Conference June 7-9.
Resources to help credit unions tell their community investment and member benefit stories will be highlighted at the Marketers’ Conference in Portland May 8-9. Attendees will also hear from Northwest peers who are successfully navigating change with outstanding public relations plans. Those are new additions to an agenda which already includes nationally recognized speakers and the Spectrum Marketing Awards dinner.