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Get empowered to perform your credit union volunteer duties at an even higher level.

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You're a strategic leader in the success of your credit union. Hone your skills and enhance your knowledge even more at NAFCU's Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee Conference.

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SnowflakeSave $200 when you register with code HOLIDAY by Jan. 9!*Snowflake

Learn and grow in the city known for bluegrass, bourbon and thoroughbreds. A city of easy charm with a right-now vibe, Louisville has something for everyone. Art is everywhere, as are top-rated restaurants, live music venues, historic architecture, and plenty of that famous Southern hospitality.

You'll walk away with:

  • Critical knowledge to protect and empower you in your credit union board or supervisory committee role
  • Up-to-date information on how Washington, D.C. is impacting the credit union industry
  • An expanded network of fellow board and supervisory committee members
  • NAFCU training certificates in financial literacy, supervisory committee know-how and the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), arming you with the knowledge to confidently perform your credit union volunteer duties
  • The new NAFCU Certified Volunteer Expert designation, a proud badge that shows you firmly grasp the role of a credit union volunteer leader, plus a new handbook containing key, easy-to-find information to help you perform your duties. Both available when you attend our pre-conference workshop.

Who should attend?

  • Credit union board members
  • Credit union supervisory committee members
  • We recommend CEOs and staff not attend, allowing all board and supervisory committee members to expand their skills and discuss challenges in an open environment.


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*This promotion is good for $200 off the regular price of any NAFCU conference, and cannot be combined with any other offer, promotion or discount. Code must be used by 11:59 p.m. ET, January 9, 2015.