MERIDEN, Conn. (10/7/15)--For credit unions to see growth, they must grow themselves.
Connecticut-based credit unions had the opportunity to do just that last week, as the Connecticut Credit Union League held its annual leadership conference in Mystic, Conn.
The three-day event, themed this year as “Mission Possible,” offered credit union management, staff and volunteers a variety of learning events--ranging from board financial training, to Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) training, to building cultures of innovation--to help credit unions improve themselves within the movement.
John Tippets, author of “Hearts of Courage” and longtime credit union president/CEO, was the keynote speaker for the event.
“It is our mission to be a valued partner in making Connecticut’s credit unions successful,” said Jill Nowacki, league president/CEO. “As our signature education event, it is inspiring to see credit unions come together in fellowship, focusing on how we can move our industry forward to a place of greater success.”
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