Credit unions take flight

Published by: Melanie Koch

April 7, 2022 | Education & Training

Board Chair Dan Sutton set the tone for this year’s conference with his opening remarks, commenting on the tremendous value for credit unions to invest in young professional talent and taking pride in the impact made during the Ohio Credit Union Foundation fundraising dinner Monday evening in raising a record-high $12,000 in support of credit union grantmaking opportunities. Chair Sutton also shared a profound message on the aggregate power of credit unions to affect change with decision-makers, consumers, and businesses to fulfill our mission of serving members, stating “When we work together to channel change and innovation through our mission, the unreachable is possible, and the unimaginable becomes reality.”

We also heard from an exceptional panel of credit union champions, League President Paul Mercer, Credit Union National Association President and CEO Jim Nussle, and National Credit Union Foundation Executive Director Gigi Hyland, as well as an inspirational keynote message from Alex Sheen on the impact of promises made and kept. Advocacy, financial well-being, difference-making, and collaboration were other keywords peppered into this year’s conference, brought to life through engaging breakout sessions featuring subject matter experts and leaders in their fields. Credit unions are taking flight, and we are excited to be on that journey with you.

If you have questions about this year’s inVest48 convention,  reach out to Sr. Manager of Learning and Development Melanie Koch.

Contact Melanie Koch for questions or assistance.

Melanie Koch
Melanie Koch Sr. Manager, Learning and Development E: mkoch@ohiocul.org
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