The collaboration begins in October 2017.
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.
Northwest Credit Union Association and Idaho Credit Union League Erase State Lines in Favor of Professional Networking
Using cutting edge video conferencing technology, the two leagues will hold joint training and networking events across state lines.
Northwest Credit Union Association, League of Southeastern Credit Unions Partner to Provide HR Services to Northwest Credit Unions
The Northwest Credit Union Association announces a unique partnership through Strategic Link that will bring additional human resources and talent recruitment services to credit unions.
The global credit union movement benefits significantly from the efforts of the World Council of Credit Unions and its foundation. Eighty percent of the funds raised come from the U.S. movement. Find out how you’re helping.
ComplySight, a new compliance solution from CU Solutions Group and League InfoSight, makes it possible to track, measure and report compliance activities in a single application. The product will be available nationwide in June, but Northwest credit unions can get an early look in just a few weeks.
Jill Nowacki Talks about Maps Accomplishments, Connecticut Goals and What It Means to Leave Friends and Family Behind
In an exclusive interview with Anthem, Jill Nowacki talks about her new role as president and CEO of the Credit Union League of Connecticut, her accomplishments during five years at Maps Credit Union and what it’s like for a native Oregonian to leave friends and family behind and head east.
An open seat on the Northwest Credit Union Foundation board presents an opportunity for a passionate credit union professional to make a difference. The person appointed to the District 4 seat will serve on an interim basis until October 2014.
What a Week at Maps Credit Union! Nowacki Will Lead Connecticut Credit Union League; Brenneman Named 2013 CUES Next Top Exec
Jill Nowacki, Maps Credit Union’s vice president of development, was named president and CEO of the Credit Union League of Connecticut on Tuesday. On Wednesday, Maps Business Development Officer Amanda Brenneman was named the 2013 CUES Next Top Credit Union Exec during ceremonies in San Diego.
Jill Nowacki, Maps Credit Union’s vice president of development and the NWCUA’s 2013 Young Credit Union Professional of the Year, has been named president and CEO of the Credit Union League of Connecticut.
The Idaho Credit Union League’s Alan Cameron is among nine U.S. credit union leaders named to the World Council’s International Executive Volunteer Corps. The program showcases best practices in operations and product development throughout the world.
Washington credit unions may finally be well-positioned to offer prize-linked savings accounts, thanks to funding approved by the Northwest Credit Union Association board and a new operations model offered by the Michigan Credit Union League.
TwinStar CEO Marshall Ellison is retiring after 17 successful years that have helped strengthen not only his credit union, but the entire credit union movement.
CUNA Mutual Group writes about how credit union advocates have pulled together to reduce Dodd-Frank’s negative impact on members.
Northwest Credit Union Association President Troy Stang Stang this week delivered a joint league letter to NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz expressing serious concerns about recent directives concerning the role, duties and protections of volunteer board members and calling for immediate reconsideration.
Credit unions in Colorado, Arizona and Wyoming have cast an affirmative vote to merge their respective state associations into a new Mountain West Credit Union Association, with headquarters in Denver and offices and staff maintained in both Phoenix and Casper, Wyo.
National credit union movement leaders say that the D.C. retail lobby is misleading congress and consumers as it pushes to cap interchange fees needed to keep the card payment system functional, affordable and safe.