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Photo gallery: Monday at the CUNA GAC

Futurist Peter Diamandis examines advancemens in technology.

February 27, 2023

CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle kicked off Monday’s Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC) General Session by stressing the need for credit unions to always stive to promote financial well-being for all and advance the communities they serve.

Futurist Peter Diamandis followed with a look at how generative artificial intelligence will shape our world.

Following are scenes from Monday at the 2023 CUNA GAC:


  Parade of flags

The Parade of Flags kicks off Monday’s General Session.


  U.S. Armed Forces Color Guard

The U.S. Armed Forces Color Guard inspires the crowd of more than 5,500 credit union advocates.


  Exhibit Hall

Attendees pack the Exhibit Hall to learn about cutting-edge technology and other solutions.



‘Credit unions were born to protect consumers and provide them safe access to financial services,” says CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle.‘


  Advo panel

CUNA Deputy Chief Advocacy Officer Jason Stverak reviews the CUNA-League advocacy agenda.


  Tony Budet

Outgoing CUNA Board Chair Tony Budet called his term an “honor and a privilege” during CUNA’s Annual General Meeting.

  Peter Diamandis

"There will be two types of companies at the end of this decade," says futurist Peter Diamandis. "Those who are fully utilizing AI and those who are out of business."