Photo Gallery: Learning to be brave on Day 2 of ACUC

Photo Gallery: Learning to be brave on Day 2 of ACUC

Perseverance was Tuesday's theme at the America's Credit Union Conference.

June 19, 2019

Perseverance was Tuesday's theme of America's Credit Union Conference.

CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle asked credit unions to commit to being "fiercely cooperative" and announced that the Dakotas and Indiana had joined the Open Your Eyes to a Credit Union initiative.

Girls Who Code founder and keynote speaker Reshma Saujani said, "If we want more empathy, compassion, and humanity in society, we not only have to teach girls how to code, we have to teach them how to be brave, not perfect."

Breakout sessions covered small credit unions, elder financial abuse, and active shooter situations.


  • Slide 01

    CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle meets with the #CUNAACUC Crashers.

  • Slide 02

    CO-OP Financial Services’ Channie Price discusses the future of payments during an industry trends session.

  • Slide 03

    CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle urges attendees to be “fiercely cooperative.”

  • Slide 04

    “There becomes a point where we have to thrive in cultures that don’t look like us,” keynoter Reshma Soujani said during an Executive Series Q&A.

  • Slide 05

    Keynoter Reshma Soujani signs copies of her book, “Brave, Not Perfect.”

  • Slide 06

    CUNA’s Tom Sakash describes the resources available to small credit unions.

  • Slide 07

    Local Government FCU’s Maurice Smith, a member of the CUNA CEO Council Executive Committee, discusses top issues facing credit union CEOs.

  • Slide 08

    AdvantEdge Analytics’ Anne Legg offers a five-step framework to foster data centricity.

  • Slide 09

    CUNA’s Elizabeth Eurgubian explains how the BankSafe program helps credit unions meet regulatory guidance requirements of the Senior Safe Act.

  • Slide 10

    When planning for an active shooter situation, think ALICE says CUNA Mutual Group’s Mike Petrone: Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate.

  • Slide 11

    “Penetration testing is designed to validate that systems are working the way you expect,” says Randy Romes of CliftonLarsonAllen.


Visit CUNA News for more conference coverage. Get live updates on Twitter via@CUNA_News, @cumagazine, and @CUNA with the #CUNAACUC hashtag.