The 2016 Northwest Credit Union Association Committee and Task Force network has launched. Nearly 200 credit union professionals are engaged in helping to shape policy, programs, and advocacy efforts.
Volunteer for a Northwest Credit Union Association Committee or Task Force, and lend your skills to the critical work of advancing the Credit Union Movement.
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.
NWCUA committees and task forces will give their time, talent and critical expertise to help guide and grow the Northwest movement through the many opportunities in 2015.
Applications are now being accepted for 10 NWCUA committees that will serve in 2014, including two new task forces that will focus on the value and impact of Northwest credit unions. Applications are due by Nov. 4.
NWCUA members can play key roles in the Association’s efforts to emphasize the structure, value, and impact of credit unions in 2014 by joining one of 10 committees and task forces. Applications are due by Nov. 4.
The NWCUA’s proposed redistricting plan was approved by a significant margin Monday. Diann Owen, co-chair of the Redistricting Task Force, said the main goal in the process was for every credit union to feel supported and well-represented.
The vote to ratify the redistricting boundaries recommended by the NWCUA board of directors will take place in early February. All voting members of the Association are eligible to cast an up or down vote on the proposal.
More than 200 people have already accepted appointments to 16 committees and task forces that will help the NWCUA determine policy, direction of advocacy, political support, outreach and more in 2012.
What will the credit union system of tomorrow look like? The Evolution Task Force is examining this question.