June 27, 2019

Gretchen Carlson, Major Garrett to keynote NAFCU's Caucus

Carlson, GarrettHundreds of credit union representatives who attend NAFCU's 2019 Congressional Caucus will have the opportunity to hear from renowned journalists Gretchen Carlson and Major Garrett. Not yet registered for this year's Caucus? Register before July 12 and save $200 with code CAUCUSAVINGS.

"NAFCU and our award-winning advocacy team love having the opportunity to connect our credit union members with prominent lawmakers, administration officials and regulators during our Congressional Caucus," said NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger. "This premier event allows credit unions to highlight the good work they do in their communities and for their 117 million members, in addition to effecting change on key policy issues, such as housing finance reform and regulatory relief."

Happening Sept. 8-11, NAFCU's Congressional Caucus – sponsored this year by Visa – provides credit unions the opportunity to meet directly with their representatives and senators on Capitol Hill. Throughout the week, attendees will hear from influential decision makers and thought leaders on key issues affecting the industry and nation as a whole.

Carlson will deliver Caucus' opening keynote Monday. She is one of America's most successful news anchors and a globally recognized advocate for women's empowerment. In addition to hosting news programs and documentaries, Carlson is a New York Times bestselling author and was named one of Time Magazine's "100 Most Influential People in the World." 

Garrett will provide the closing keynote Wednesday at Caucus. He serves as chief White House correspondent for CBS News and has reported on the nation's pressing issues for 30 years and has covered five presidents. Garrett is known for asking tough questions and is universally recognized as fair and balanced. He is also the author of three books.

Stay tuned to NAFCU Today for updates on Caucus speakers and follow #NAFCUCaucus on Twitter. All NAFCU's conferences are open to member and nonmember credit unions.