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.
This is the third installment of guest blogger Jennifer Smith from Maps Credit Union, as she finishes the Emerging Leaders program.
Thirty credit union leaders—from Klamath Falls, Pendleton, and Salem to Eugene, St. Helens, and Portland—gathered to meet with Gov. Kate Brown and State Rep. Tobias Read, a candidate for State Treasurer.
The collaboration begins in October 2017.
This is the second installment of guest blogger Jennifer Smith from Maps Credit Union, as she works through the Emerging Leaders program.
2016 Emerging Leaders scholarship recipient Jennifer Smith (Maps Credit Union) shares her experience in the first of a three-part blog series with Anthem on the Emerging Leaders program.
Parker Cann, general counsel at BECU, and Patricia Smith, president and CEO of Unitus Community Credit Union, were among 17 inductees into the Credit House Hall of Leaders in February.
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.
Nearly two dozen credit union professionals who are on their way up the career ladder will soon begin six months of “transformational” training in the 2016 Emerging Leaders Program. Just three spots remain open.
Only 20 people each year are accepted into Emerging Leaders. Participants practice intensive leadership exercises with one-on-one and group coaching from expert DDJ Myers trainers.
The trademark annual gathering of Northwest credit unions comes to the City of Roses this week, kicking off three days of all-star presenters and rich content.
Emerging Leaders Scholarship Winner Liz Henderson shares her three biggest takeaways from the final EL session, and how they prepare her for a lifetime of achieving goals.
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.
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.
Three lucky up-and-coming credit union leaders will rub elbows with C-level executives from around the region at October’s Roaring ‘20s Auction benefiting Credit Unions for Kids. Apply now for your chance to attend.
The deadline for Amplify Awards nominations is Tuesday, June 30. Make your nominations now for the most prestigious awards program in the Northwest.
Emerging Leaders Scholarship Winner Liz Henderson says that the key to becoming a great leader is learning to use the tools you already have, and putting what you learn into practice for the long run.
Kennedy was honored by the Future Business Leaders of America for her voluntary efforts to spread financial literacy and support young leaders.