CUNA's annual Governmental Affairs Conference, the credit union industry's premier federal advocacy event is underway with over 100 Minnesota Credit unions professionals and advocates attending.
The first day, Tuesday, March 2, kicked off with a meeting with U.S. Rep. Dean Phillips and featured meet ups for CEOs, Small Credit Unions and Minnesota's Young Professional Crashers. Today's line up includes a Women's Leadership Network Boardroom meeting at MnCUN's booth in the Virtual Marketplace. Minnesota GAC attendees can stop by the virtual booth to be entered into a drawing to win an Apple Watch.
Tomorrow, attendees will meet with Minnesota Senators Amy Klobuchar and Tina Smith.
Three Minnesota Credit Unions Young Professionals Crash 2021 GAC
Minnesota is proud to be represented by three young professionals in the Crasher program:
Crashers includes young leaders with diverse roles at their credit unions. Crashers are selected though a highly competitive process, with 32 crashers earning free registration to CUNA GAC.
The virtual experience that CUNA GAC has to offer this year has opened accessibility to a total of 66 crashers with 32 of those crashers fully sponsored by CUNA and five by PSCU.
Crash the GAC is the largest Crash Filene organizes every year. It is a non-stop, career-changing program for young professionals that allows them to participate in the industry’s largest advocacy conference.
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