Conference Overview

 Downtown Charleston

Discover how to perform your credit union volunteer duties at an even higher level.

You're an effective volunteer leader who cares about the success of your credit union. Hone your skills and enhance your knowledge even more at NAFCU's 2017 Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee Conference in Charleston, South Carolina, May 1-4. 

This conference is sold out.
Contact us at or 800-344-5580 to be added to the attendee waitlist.
We have plenty of space in Hawaii! Take advantage of the Board Excellence Program at NAFCU's 50th Annual Conference and Solutions Expo in Honolulu.

You'll also enhance your spirit. Named Travel + Leisure magazine's "World's Best City 2016," Charleston is a visual feast of cobblestone streets, horse-drawn carriages, historic landmarks, and antebellum architecture. This conference puts you right in the middle of it!

You'll receive:

  • 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 opportunity to earn the NAFCU Certified Volunteer Expert designation, plus a new handbook containing key, easy-to-find information to help you perform your duties. Both available when you attend the NCVE pre-conference workshop (additional costs apply for workshop and certification exam).
  • The chance to take your your knowledge of financial statements to the next level in our Ultimate Board Guide to Financial Statements Pre-Conference Workshop (additional costs apply for 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.