Kane began his Red Canoe career in 1972 as a loan interviewer.
During his keynote, Powell will discuss leadership, confidence and American optimism as he shares key lessons learned from his experience in public service.
Matz, the only person to ever serve two different terms on the NCUA board, resigned in April.
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.
Jim Nussle, former eight-term congressman, House budget chair, White House Management and Budget Office director, named new CUNA CEO.
The credit union community came together to raise an estimated $400,000 for Credit Unions for Kids this week. The Dave & Dan Classic continues a years-long tradition started by former First Tech CEO Tom Sargent.
Danielle Brown, a former vice president of member relations for the Northwest Credit Union Association, has been named director of development and donor relations for the National Credit Union Foundation in Madison, Wis.
If you have a 401(k) account still being administrated by a former employer, avoid two common—and potentially very costly—mistakes people make in this situation: cashing out the account early or ignoring the account.
The U.S. Senate has confirmed Oregonian Rick Metsger’s nomination to serve on the NCUA board. Metsger joins the regulatory agency following a swearing in ceremony.
The Senate panel considering the nomination of former Oregon Senator Rick Metsger to the NCUA Board will meet in closed session as its next step Tuesday.
President Obama has announced his nomination of former Oregon State Senator Rick Metsger to become a member of the NCUA Board of Directors.
Credit union directors not only have a heavy fiduciary responsibility; they also have an obligation to help engage the membership in advocacy. At the NWCUA Volunteers’ Conference next month, former CUNA Board Chair Harriet May will ask attendees to step up for grassroots advocacy, and to bring members with them.
Services are planned Saturday for long time Oregon credit union executive Larry Queen, who passed away late last week.
WesCorp’s former CEO has been slapped with a prohibition order and a $600,000 fine by the National Credit Union Administration. The move closes another chapter in the corporate failure saga that cost credit unions billions and called into question the regulator’s oversight during the collapse.
Retired Our Community Credit Union CEO Joe Robertson has been nominated by Credit Union Magazine readers as a candidate for Credit Union Hero of the Year—but he needs your vote to win.
Gene Metz, a former credit union supervisory examiner whose word, according to his contemporaries, was worth its weight in gold, died Wednesday, March 7, at the age of 76.
Hank and Moose Open golf tournament brings credit unions together with professional athletes to raise money for Credit Unions for Kids and Childrenâ€™s Miracle Network Hospitals.
The credit union system mourns the loss to two longtime leaders, Jim Huggins, former CEO of American Lake CU, and Wallace Erickson of PUD CU.