The credit union community is invited to remember one of the Northwest Movement’s most profound contributors, Bruce Rouillard, in two ways—at a memorial service on February 6 and through donations.
Rouillard, who passed away last week, leaves behind a loving family and a legacy of contributions to the Credit Union Movement. One story shows how deep his credit union commitment flowed.
In another demonstration of the Northwest’s engagement with the nationwide credit union Movement, Debie Keesee was elected to CUNA’s Board of Directors, joining Troy Stang, who was reelected. Fellow Northwesterner and CUNA Board Chairwoman Susan Streifel will step down from her post in 2016 as she reaches her term limit.
Philp’s outreach and education with members sets a standard for engagement. Johnson extols the benefits of consistent, in-person advocacy. Each was honored as their respective state’s Credit Union Advocate of the Year.
Former Plaza Bank CEO joins Harborstone as SVP; Port of Seattle Federal completes merger with Sound.
CUES cited Smith’s long list of professional achievements and contributions to the Credit Union Movement in adding her to the distinguished company of the CUES Hall of Fame.
Streifel and Stang laid out a trade association agenda uniting the national and the local, and called on every leader and employee to add their voice to the call. They spotlighted the Spokane Chapter of Credit Unions as a shining example of engagement.
From a small, struggling credit union in Arizona to a leading role in the Northwest movement, Rachel Pross has made a huge impact in a short time. And it all started with a robbery.
The evolved Board will guide the Association in its mission to help Northwest credit unions thrive.
The resolution acknowledges the power of the interdependent CUNA-League system to carry out powerful, effective advocacy on behalf of credit unions.
Nussle called for all credit unions, CEOs, Board Members, and professionals to engage in credit union advocacy and to rally their members.
The opening General Session of the NWCUA’s Amplify Convention featured presentations by CUNA President and CEO Jim Nussle, Oregon Speaker of the House Tina Kotek, NCUA Vice Chair Rick Metsger, and Filene CEO Mark Meyer.
The credit union movement is evolving rapidly to meet the changing demands of consumers in a dynamic legislative and regulatory landscape. October’s Amplify Convention in Portland offers the latest news.
Credit unions and their members have high expectations for outstanding technology—including mobile banking, financial education products, and security solutions. How can credit unions navigate the choices between and relationships with the vendors providing these services? An Amplify breakout session will provide answers.
The NWCUA finalized its 2015/2016 Board of Directors, moving to a nine-person Board from the previous eleven seats.
The Oregon Senate passed a bill to allow prize-linked savings in the state. It now goes to the governor for signing.
Credit unions in the Northwest and nationally provided record financial support to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in 2014.
Two young professionals from the Northwest who “crashed” CUNA’s GAC with support from The Trust and the Northwest Credit Union Foundation share about their experience.