NAFCU staff gather to strategize on culture, CU advocacy, compliance, and education efforts
NAFCU’s 75 employees gathered in-person for a two-day event where the leadership team and staff conducted strategy sessions on how to best serve credit unions and their 131 million members with the industry’s best advocacy, compliance assistance, and education opportunities.
During the event, State Department Federal Credit Union President and CEO and former NAFCU board member Jan Roche, Tower Federal Credit Union President and CEO Rick Stafford, and Arlington Community Federal Credit Union President and CEO and current NAFCU board member Karen Rosales sat down for a panel to provide NAFCU staff with a deeper look into the challenges and opportunities that exist for credit unions today.
During a speech, NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger motivated staff to continue the momentum toward reaching NAFCU’s organizational goals of helping credit unions grow and thrive. Berger emphasized the importance of NAFCU’s work every day to support the industry, as credit unions are the best financial option for American consumers and Main Street.
In addition, Berger, NAFCU Senior Vice President of Government Affairs Greg Mesack, and NAFCU Services President Randy Salser answered questions on a variety of topics during a fireside chat moderated by NAFCU Executive Vice President and COO Anthony Demangone that focused on NAFCU’s core values of excellence, passion, and being member-driven.
Focusing on the community-driven mission of NAFCU, staff ended the two-day event by packing new-home kits and backpacks for those in need in partnership with a local organization, Bridges to Independence, which leads individuals and families out of homelessness and into stable, independent futures.
NAFCU is committed to providing credit unions with the tools needed to successfully operate and advocates on behalf of all federally-insured not-for-profit credit unions that, in turn, serve over 131 million consumers with personal and small business financial service products. Learn more about the benefits of membership with NAFCU and review the association’s 2022 Advocacy Priorities and 2021 Accomplishments.
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