Feb 24 2020
/ Washington D.C. / Monday, February 24, 2020

GAC Chairman's Breakfast

Amplifying the Collective Power of Credit Unions


We know that what gets measured gets done, but there’s something credit unions have been doing since the beginning that hasn’t been measured well, yet – our collective impact. Together, U.S. credit unions have the power to be the largest, strongest, most impactful force in financial services. Let’s talk about what that means for your credit union and members.

Our keynote speaker this year is Lisa Servon, professor at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Servon will talk about her research on community economic development, financial well-being, cooperative banking and alternative financial services, and share what opportunities exist for credit unions in these spaces. We’ll also share a message from our new Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Center Fellow, Dr. Quinetta Roberson, on how this work impacts credit unions.

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General Admission tickets will be available starting February 3, 2020.