Highlights from Sunday included inspirational messages from the photographer Platon, a welcome to first-time attendees from CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle, a small credit union roundtable, and the opening of the Exhibit Hall.
Conference emcee Antonio Neves welcomes a record crowd to GAC.
Michelle Hunter, Credit Union of Southern California, encourages attendees to become members of the CUNA Councils.
“Think about your legacy while you can still shape it,” says Platon, photographer and Sunday’s Ed Talk speaker. “Light the darkness with your own torch of compassion.”
Basin Federal Credit Union’s Alexandra Christopher (right) talks to CUNA’s Jennifer Plager about her experience as a conference Crasher during a CUNA News Podcast interview sponsored by Symitar.
CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle welcomes 60 young professionals selected by The Cooperative Trust to “Crash the GAC.”
NCUA Chairman Rodney Hood addressed the Small Credit Union Roundtable and strategic planning session.
Fame and popularity await those who get their photos taken for the cover of Credit Union Magazine, sponsored by CUNA Mutual Group.
Attendees meet with friends and check out cutting-edge technology at the Exhibit Hall.
Erick Orellana, Comunidad Latina Federal Credit Union, discusses service to Hispanic members during the Small Credit Union Roundtable.
CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle and other CUNA leaders welcome 895 first-time attendees to the GAC.