Take a trip to D.C. – meet Congress where they are

Published by: Jamila Collins

June 28, 2023 | Government Affairs

One collective voice matters when navigating uncertain times to advocate on behalf of over 3.2 million Ohio credit union members. The start of an already tumultuous new Congress and ever-evolving economic challenges impact how your credit union serves its members. Ensuring federal decision-makers remain focused on policies that empower the cooperative model remains vitally important.

Join your Ohio peers and the League Sept. 12-14 for the 2023 Hike the Hill. This brief, in-person trek to Washington, D.C., is your opportunity to meet with federal policy decision-makers and cultivate relationships that ensure true champions of the Movement. Stepping away from the day-to-day needs of your credit union is difficult, but the League has organized a packed agenda to make sure your visit to D.C. is worth every minute as we Hike the Hill to drive progress for the Ohio Credit Union Movement. Register today.

Contact Sean Brown or Jamila Collins for questions or assistance.

Sean Brown
Sean Brown Director, Regulatory Affairs E: sbrown@ohiocul.org
Jamila Collins
Jamila Collins Advocacy Coordinator E: jcollins@ohiocul.org
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