The third day of the 2022 CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC) is well under way in Washington, D.C., and credit union leaders continue to use social media to give a glimpse into the advocacy event.
Anatoli Murha, SVP of Ukrainian Self Reliance Federal Credit Union gets a standing ovation at #CUNAGAC - says his family in Ukraine is being impacted by the violence. #Ukraine pic.twitter.com/oZGzzvSnbB— World Council of Credit Unions (@WOCCU) March 1, 2022
Leaders of @WOCCU @UkrainianFCU @SelfrelianceFCU and Ukrainian Selfreliance FCU just met to discuss ways to help #ukraine credit unions and their members impacted by the #UkraineRussiaWar at #CUNAGAC pic.twitter.com/bGOwH7QCqn— World Council of Credit Unions (@WOCCU) March 1, 2022
“If we didn’t know what happens globally comes back to hit us locally, two years after a pandemic and what’s happening in Europe…we know it now.” @WOCCU President and CEO Elissa McCarter LaBorde #CUNAGAC— World Council of Credit Unions (@WOCCU) March 1, 2022
“We’ve got to grow this movement. That means innovating, that means growing membership and growing the services we provide….if you’re not a Champion now - please come see me because we need you.” - @WOCCU President and CEO Elissa McCarter LaBorde. #CUNAGAC @ChampionsForCUs— World Council of Credit Unions (@WOCCU) March 1, 2022
"Let's use our financial wellness tools to build the financial prospects of many more Americans. Let's advance economic equity and justice." - @TheNCUA Chairman Todd M. Harper at #CUNAGAC pic.twitter.com/Epv2WZHzdA— CUNA (@CUNA) March 1, 2022
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