CUNA announced the creation of the Associate Business Membership Advisory Committee (CABMAC) that will provide advice, guidance and strategic direction to CUNA for engaging as an associate business member.
The inaugural members of the CABMAC are:
“With their critical industry expertise, the committee will assist in driving the value that CUNA ABM continues to have in the system provider community," said Michelle Johnson, manager of Associate Business Membership for CUNA. “Associate Business Membership serves as the connection point to help CUNA advocate, advance, unify and promote the credit union movement.”
CUNA Associate Business Membership enables an organization to become a member of CUNA and advocate for credit unions. It also provides Associate Business Members benefits including representation for credit union issues, access to CUNA events and resources at member pricing, and more.
"The commitment to credit union advocacy shown by CUNA Associate Business Members is significant and noteworthy,” said Karin Sand, vice president of system provider relations for CUNA. “I look forward to working with this advisory committee to identify additional opportunities for impact and to expand understanding of the important role these associate business members play in supporting the credit union movement.”