During his keynote, Powell will discuss leadership, confidence and American optimism as he shares key lessons learned from his experience in public service.
The change will affect credit unions’ OSOS public web searches, or copies of OSOS filed documents.
Pro credit union candidates posted strong showings in the Northwest. We broke down how your support translated at the ballot box, and how that advocacy will continue.
Join leaders from across Oregon’s public and private sectors to discuss these issues and shape the agenda for the year ahead.
The four separate events were held in Corvallis, North Albany, and Keizer serving more than 1,400 vehicles and shredding more than 28 tons of sensitive materials.
Donations of $25,000 will be made on behalf of two winning state credit union leagues.
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.
Credit Union Day at the Capitol is the simplest, and most effective, way to engage in credit union advocacy. Find out how your involvement can make a difference.
The industry veteran is set to leave at the end of the year. John Stewart was named as his successor.
Bulletins include notice on MBL Rulemaking, suspended following the recent ICBA lawsuit filed against the NCUA.
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.
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.
What has changed from 2008 through recently? Lou Grilli of Strategic Link partner CSCU shares his insights.
During the National Conference of State Legislatures, Oregon delegation members led a national resolution urging Congress to let states decide their own legal framework for cannabis banking, an issue front and center for Northwest credit union advocates.
Each year the number of applications grow and the scholarship candidates become more diverse in their attributes and career goals.
This week we will examine the history of the credit union movement in the Pacific Northwest.
July is CULAC Month! We have some frequently asked questions on what CULAC is, and how your credit union can engage during July, and year-round in supporting credit union champions to Congress.
Sound Credit Union President & CEO Richard Brandsma retires after nearly four decades of strong, principled leadership with the Credit Union Movement. Anthem talked to him about his beginnings, challenges, and how he almost chose a career as a tax collector with the IRS.