During his keynote, Powell will discuss leadership, confidence and American optimism as he shares key lessons learned from his experience in public service.
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.
CUNA’s Governmental Affairs Conference is February 26 through March 2 in Washington, DC. And young credit union professionals have a chance to crash the party.
The largest credit union advocacy event of the year will bring thousands of credit union leaders to tell Congress and regulators about the Credit Union Difference.
The Northwest sent one of the largest delegations to CUNA GAC to message the Credit Union Difference. The group visited with all Northwest Members of Congress and U.S. Senators.
Thousands of credit union advocates from across the nation are gathered in Washington D.C. this week for the CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference. Against that backdrop, Oregon State Credit Union’s Rick Hein received the nation’s highest advocacy honor.
Through the NWCUA’s Grassroots Grant Fund and the Crash the GAC program from CUNA and The Cooperative Trust, Northwest credit union advocates have two ways to get their GAC experience funded.
The premier national credit union event offers the opportunity to influence policy makers and to learn from some of the world’s top thinkers, while experiencing the power of the Credit Union Movement descended upon Washington D.C.
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.
Over 200 credit union advocates from Oregon and Washington attended CUNA’s GAC, sharing the credit union difference in our nation’s capital and being honored for their accomplishments.
We’re updating this post all week long with the latest news from CUNA’s GAC in our nation’s capital.
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Northwest credit unions invited to special events during the premier credit union gathering of 2015.
Young credit union professionals can apply by January 1 to Crash the GAC, and the NWCUA has grassroots grant funds to help.
The annual Governmental Affairs Conference in Washington D.C. is expected to draw thousands of credit union advocates to make an impact on the highest advocacy priorities.
Heading to CUNA’s Governmental Affairs Conference in Washington, D.C., next week? Share the experience with colleagues back home by posting to Facebook and using Twitter throughout the event.
Gesa Credit Union’s Brian Griffith and Maps Credit Union’s Liz Henderson are passionate about sharing the credit union story, and about protecting its place on the financial landscape. And now they’ll get to share that passion on the industry’s biggest advocacy stage. Both have been selected to “crash” CUNA’s 2014 Governmental Affairs Conference in Washington, D.C., this month.
CUNA is asking credit unions to submit “Unite for Good” material for the GAC. Share yours today!