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Virginia Young Professional Selected to 'Crash' CUNA's 2014 Government Affairs Conference

Jan 17, 2014 by Lewis Wood

Stephanie Brady, Funder/Member Services Representative of PortAlliance FCU has been selected as Virginia’s young professional representative to "Crash" and attend the 2014 CUNA Government Affairs Conference (GAC) in Washington D.C., February 23-27.

Stephanie Brady, Funder/Member Services Representative of PortAlliance FCU has been selected as Virginia’s young professional representative to "Crash" and attend the 2014 CUNA Government Affairs Conference (GAC) in Washington D.C., February 23-27.

CUNA and the Cooperative Trust - a young professionals group through the Filene Research Institute - have partnered with state leagues to choose up to 51 young credit union professionals from each state and D.C. to take part in the Crash event. In addition to the core schedule of GAC events, Crashers will attend exclusive speaker sessions and explore opportunities for young adults to help promote credit unions locally and nationally.

"The Virginia League is excited to provide our young credit union leaders with experiences like Crash the GAC that will help continue to develop their skills supporting the long-term success of our movement ," said League President Rick Pillow.

Each crasher will receive a full GAC conference registration from CUNA and a Cooperative Trust membership. The Virginia League will cover hotel and travel costs for the Crasher to attend the GAC.

Crash events have been successful over the past several years in providing young, motivated credit union employees with opportunities to take part in top industry events like CUNA GAC that they might not otherwise be able to attend. With 51 Crashers and a record number of applications received, the 2014 Crash the CUNA GAC will be the largest Crash event to date.

More information about the GAC can be found on CUNA's website. Details about the Crash the GAC can be found on the event's website and please see the Cooperative Trust's website to stay informed on future Crash opportunities.

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