The 2021 CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC) marked the first-ever virtual edition of the conference, with attendees sharing their conference experiences on Twitter.
— Samantha Paxson (@samsmythpaxson) March 2, 2021
It's not quite the same as gathering at the Washington, DC Convention Center with thousands of my credit union friends, but I'm looking forward to the virtual #CUNAGAC and virtual Hill visits this week. #stilladvocating #CUdifference pic.twitter.com/mJcP41HiB2— Chris Beaumont (@cbeau1969) March 2, 2021
Among current #CUNAGAC breakout sessions is "After COVID: A Multi-Faceted Look at Moving Forward" in which NCSECU EVP Leigh Brady is among panelists discussing the various cultural, engagement, and development pivots the pandemic spurred. pic.twitter.com/qGAj5kyAow— Carolinas CU League (@TheCCUL) March 2, 2021
One year ago, our cu employees hiked the hill in D.C. to speak with local politicians about the impact of credit unions within our communities. We are thankful to participate in the annual @CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference virtually and continue to learn and share. #CUNAGAC pic.twitter.com/LEqDKk43LR— ORNL FCU (@ornlfcu) March 3, 2021