CUNA received its first nomination for the District 6, Class B special election: Seth Schaefer, president/CEO, Rivermark Community CU, Beaverton, Ore. All nominations and seconds must be submitted by 5 p.m. (ET) April 22.
The National Credit Union Foundation will host four online Exploring Why™ Workshops tailored to important audiences within the credit union movement to provide a cooperative learning environment that builds an understanding of the credit union difference.
CUNA and Ballard Spahr LLP will present a webinar for credit unions anticipating crossing the threshold of $10 billion in assets, and along with that threshold, falling under the jurisdiction of the CFPB supervision. The free event will be held April 8.
The Minnesota Credit Union Network will mark April as Financial Well-being Month and will highlight the impact Minnesota’s credit unions make in millions of lives each day and how their mission is committed to empowering the members and communities with financial education
To commemorate National Credit Union Youth Month and National Financial Literacy Month, Maine credit unions are launching a new online educational experience to encourage students to adopt healthy savings habits. The Maine Credit Unions’ Virtual Financial Fitness Fair is a free resource now available to any person or school in the state.
Two CUNA Directors have recently announced their resignation from the Board of Directors, in District 6, Class B and Class C. The CUNA Board of Directors voted last week to hold a special election to fill each position.
CUNA has been awarded a Top Workplaces 2021 honor by The Wisconsin State Journal for the second consecutive year. The list is based on employee feedback gathered through a third-party survey administered by Energage, an employee engagement and workplace improvement research firm.
Ken Watts, president/CEO of the West Virginia Credit Union League, was recognized with the 2021 Eugene H. Farley League Leadership Award by the AACUL. The award honors a league employee who demonstrates visionary leadership at the state and national levels.
Synergent and the Irish League of Credit Unions recently met to discuss how the credit union movement can work together to achieve better outcomes for members through technology and how each of their credit union systems keep pace with changing technological demands.