Posted March 30, 2010—The CUNA Marketing and Business Development Council announced its executive committee and officers last week during its 17th annual conference and Tyler Disburg, CFO of Montana 1st CU, retains his seat on the executive committee.
Anne Legg, VP of Marketing for Cabrillo CU in San Diego, will remain the council chair. Sean McDonald, Director of Business Development & Marketing for Liberty Savings FCU in Jersey City NJ, was named vice-chair, and Michelle Hunter, Seniro VP of Marketing and Development for the Credit Union of Southern California in Whittier CA, is the secretary/treasurer.
The CUNA Marketing & Business Development Council executive committee also includes:
The CUNA Marketing & Business Development Council is of the six organizations that make up the CUNA Councils. It is a member-led organization comprised of 1,000 credit union professionals across the US. The council strives to provide superior educational and networking opportunities to help its members be recognized in the credit union industry as the premier experts in credit union marketing, business development, and related disciplines.
Posted March 18, 2010—Last month, the Giant Springs Chapter of Credit Unions took part in Great Falls' Canstruction 2010. Their structure — "Together We Can Scrap Hunger" — was based on the lovable title character from the film WALL-E and emphasized that we, too, can change the world by working together to eliminate hunger. Twelve credit union employees spent just under four hours to complete their entry (shown above), using 1,458 cans of food, which ranged from Stagg beef chili to sardines and Hershey bars. Oh, and the chapter's WALL-E won the Juror's Prize and will proceed on to the national competition.
Overall, Canstruction 2010 in Great Falls collected 7,835 pounds of food and raised $703 in cash donations for the Great Falls Community Food Bank. What a wonderful way to contribute time, energy, and creativity to an important community cause!
Click here for coverage of the event in the Great Falls Tribune