America’s Credit Union Conference (ACUC) takes place June 30-July 3 in New York City.
Featuring a high-impact lineup of keynote speakers, thought leader sessions, and networking opportunities, you’ll return home with a new-found enthusiasm and vision for your credit union’s future.
Keynote speakers include:
* Lt. Col. Robert Darling (Ret.). During the attack of Sept. 11, 2001, Darling supported the president, vice president and national security adviser in the underground President's Emergency Operations Center (PEOC) and witnessed unprecedented events and decision making.
* Malcolm Gladwell. Gladwell is a staff writer at The New Yorker and author of four New York Times bestsellers, including “Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking” and “Outliers: The Story of Success.” His writing often deals with applications of research and new ideas in the social sciences, making frequent use of academic work in the areas of sociology, psychology, and social psychology.
* Lyn Heward. Heward is the current director of creation for Montreal's Cirque du Soleil and the former president and chief operating officers of the creative content division. She’s the author of the critically acclaimed book, “The Spark: Igniting the Creative Fire that Lives Within Us All.” Her renowned keynote of the same title takes the audience behind the scenes of Cirque du Soleil to explore the nature and origins of creativity.
CUNA and CUNA Mutual Group will team up to bring Discovery Sessions to this year’s conference. These sessions provide credit union leaders practical information to solve problems, capture opportunities, and address current market challenges.
The Hilton New York hosts ACUC, just steps away from the city’s premier attractions. Conveniently situated in Midtown Manhattan, you’ll enjoy one of New York's most sophisticated hotels.
You’ll be within walking distance of Times Square, Radio City Music Hall, Fifth Avenue shopping, the Broadway Theatre district, Central Park, The Museum of Modern Art, and many more iconic New York landmarks.
For more information and to register, visit acuc.cuna.org.
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