Pair today’s heightened regulatory environment with emerging trends in digital and it’s clear why holding operational oversight responsibilities can get overwhelming. It’s not uncommon to wonder how you can build your oversight expertise to effectively leverage new opportunities while managing accompanying risks when there are so many moving parts to your role.
In this article, Chelsea Treboniak, supervisory committee member at FCU describes how she bridged her knowledge gap to become a key contributor. She points out that the nature of supervisory roles requires accepting that you won’t know everything and you’ll need to be willing to tackle these new challenges head-on.
Passionate supervisory committee members and internal auditors can follow Treboniak’s path to advance in their role by attending this year’s CUNA Supervisory Committee & Internal Audit Conference, December 8-11, in Las Vegas. Here is where you can deepen your understanding of your operational duties, current regulations and best practices.
You’ll also have the chance to earn your Certified Credit Union Supervisory Committee Member (CCUSC) designation and be recognized as an effective supervisory committee member with the Supervisory Committee Member Award.
Learn more and register by visiting cuna.org/sciac.