The dozens of attendees who shared their individual stories with the larger MAXX Convention audience can now download their images. What happens next? We talked to Dear World’s lead storyteller, Katie Greenman, to find out.
With a generous donation, Inspirus Credit Union supported a diverse group of students at a Tukwila high school in sharing their Stories of Arrival.
Eugene-based Oregon Community Credit Union leads by example launching an authentic public awareness campaign. It saw more than 600 members sharing their stories.
The online Resource Center includes turn-key and customizable solutions for each Northwest credit union to craft its unique message of impact.
The bureau says that making these stories public empowers consumers and informs the bureau, the public and financial institutions.
Gesa Credit Union wins Best of Show and 13 Northwest credit unions win a total of 48 Diamond Awards for excellence in marketing and business development.
Register now to share the credit union difference with your legislators in Salem. The event is free to attend.
Northwest credit unions bring comprehensive legislative agenda, momentum into 2015.
Like most of America, auto sales are emerging from a long slump. Now that the economy is climbing out of its deep hole and consumers have more confidence, they’re buying again. In Part III of “Putting Members in the Driver’s Seat,” automotive journalist John M. Vincent says carmakers hope to meet the pent-up demand with cars and trucks that are better, safer and more efficient than ever.
CUNA is asking credit unions to submit “Unite for Good” material for the GAC. Share yours today!
Gary M. Stein, a longtime a journalist and former Managing Editor for Custom Publications at The Oregonian in Portland, has joined the Northwest Credit Union Association as its member communications evangelist.
Well before Bank Transfer Day took root, personal finance reporter Stacy Johnson was telling consumers how to ditch their banks and vote with their feet. Now Johnson is offering his content free of charge for credit unions’ member-facing websites.
Being prepared at any time to beat the drum for MBL legislation pays off. During the recent spring Hike the Hill trip, the CEO of a large Spokane credit union quite literally gave the “elevator speech” to an influential government leader.
Credit unions are not top of mind for most television reporters covering consumer and financial news. But given our knowledge and resources, we should be. Building the right relationships could land your credit union in a positive spotlight.
The model Northwest credit unions established to raise millions for Credit Unions for Kids is showcased on an NWCUA-hosted website. The site offers fundraising ideas, best practices for involvement, easy contribution connections and other features.
As Anthem continues to evolve, we are asking for your input. How can we make Anthem better? Give us your feedback by answering a few quick questions.
Mountain-climber, author, international speaker and successful business leader Susan Ershler told her inspirational story to hundreds of northwest credit union leaders Wednesday afternoon at the NWCUA Convention and Annual Business Meeting.