"Are You All In" with Joe Lombardi
With a name like Lombardi it has to be football. Grandson of the legendary Vince Lombardi, whose Green Bay Packers won five NFL titles, and with a football resume of his own, Joe brings his profound insights from the football field to the stage. He’ll rally the audience with his approach to effective leadership and coaching, successful teamwork at all levels, and the power of motivating and inspiring individuals. (Closing Keynote, Wednesday)
"The HERO Effect - Being your best when the game is on the line"
Kevin Brown - VP of Marketing, SERVPRO
The conference kicks off Monday afternoon with energy and excitement powered by Kevin Brown, VP of Marketing at SERVPRO. Using his street-wise aptitude and a never quit attitude, Kevin worked his way from the front lines in business to the executive boardroom of SERVPRO, the international company that is ranked in the top ten of all franchisers and #1 in the restoration industry. Gear up to learn from Kevin’s story- how to overcome adversity, rebounding from tragedy, use unconventional thinking to grow your business, and to build extraordinary teams to do the same. Kevin entertains, inspires and challenges people to show up every day and make a positive difference at work and in life! (Monday Afternoon)
"The Economic Outlook for 2018"
Anirban Basu, Chairman & CEO of the Sage Policy Group in Baltimore will bring a fresh perspective on the current economy and a glimpse what to expect in 2018 and beyond. Learn the latest on the jobs, interest rates, inflation, regional highlights- and what all this means to credit unions.
Earning degrees at Georgetown University and Harvard, Mr. Basu currently lectures at Johns Hopkins University in Global Strategy and hosts a local Baltimore radio show. He has served on many boards over time, including the Baltimore City Public School System and the Baltimore School for the Arts. He is currently on the boards of St. Mary’s College, the University System of Maryland Foundation, the Center for Emerging Media and the Archdiocese of Baltimore School System, bringing a deep understanding of educational systems, relating well to our education credit union audience. (Tuesday Morning)
"We Are Better Together"
Richard “Dick” Ensweiler, is a tireless advocate for credit unions even after retiring as President/CEO of the Cornerstone Credit Union League in April. As a visionary leader, he has received countless awards and recognition for his work as a champion of innovation and collaboration both in the U.S. and internationally. Most recently, Dick was honored with the proclamation that the new America’s Credit Union Museum Library will be named the Richard L. “Dick” Ensweiler Research Library. Sharing his experience and wisdom, be inspired and invigorated as Ensweiler speaks to the next generation of credit unions leaders and encourages the continued advancement of the cooperative spirit, a characteristic which has been at the essence of our movement’s success since the 1930’s. (Tuesday Morning)
"The Culture of Innovation - Building What's Next"
Loren Hudziak - Solutions Architect, Google
As a company, Google is often known as much for innovation as it is for search. But, this notion goes well beyond bringing new products to consumers or developing advanced product features. At Google, the culture of innovation permeates everything they do. Loren Hudziak is a Google Solutions Architect, having worked in the IT industry for 20 years. He initially started as an application developer before shifting to big data and analytics solution. Hudziak reveals how, at Google, innovation constitutes a holistic environment, and looks at some of the profoundly innovative advancements the cloud and machine learning offer. Discover how credit unions can leverage the business acumens of Google to surpass productivity and reach new heights. (Wednesday Morning)
Breakout Sessions - Hot Topics, Industry Experts
"Brace for Massive Change in Payments Technology"
"The Unique Footprint of Emerging Risks"
Just when you thought your credit union was covered - a variety of losses and new exposures appear on the horizon. Doralee McNeary, consultant in Compliance Solutions leads this entertaining and engaging session sharing real life stories in credit unions. Learn about the unique footprint of emerging risks – including some related to litigation, compliance, and operations – and gain relevant strategies and practices that can help you minimize the impact of these biggest risk red flags.
"Lift the Hood - See What's Driving Auto Lending"
Dive into the trends we are seeing in the auto market -looking at recent history, future expectations, and the disruptors not foreseen by the experts in 2017. Eric Wikander, President of IWS Acquisition Corporation provides a unique perspective on the business including a look at what consumers and demographics are buying; how they are financing their wheels; and how credit unions can be best positioned to retain and grow market share.
"Leap Forward - Innovative Thinking for EduCUs"
Innovation happens at the intersection where business problems and challenges meet creative thinking. Denise Wymore, author and innovation guru walks you through the 4 Levels of Innovation and shows how CUs are creating new value propositions and how every educator credit union, regardless of size can apply innovative thinking to leap forward and thrive.
"Becoming $100 Million - Small CU Forum"
All of our school and university credit union started out small - but in today’s world of high tech and full service, small credit unions are challenged with doing it all with far fewer resources than those that crossed the $100 million threshold in earlier times. Kathryn Baxter, Training Coordinator for the NCUA’s Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives will lead this lively discussion exploring advantages of being small, capitalizing on education SEGS, and resources to overcome challenges.
Director’s Essentials Pre-Conference Sessions on Monday morning
It was a hit last year so back again in 2018, this track is ideal for new volunteers and for all directors to meet NCUA’s annual requirements. Attend one or both sessions; receive a certificate of attendance and completion after the conference!
Financial Literacy for Directors & Volunteers
What better way to learn our business than from a CEO who is also a college instructor! Get the knowledge you need to understand your credit union’s financial condition and satisfy NCUA Regulation 701.4 (b)(3). You will learn about the credit union’s financial statements, along with the basics knowledge of key ratios, profit and capital, trend analysis, risk management, and asset/liability management.
Nancy became CEO for ServU Credit Union at the age of 25 and has continued to lead the credit union for over 40 years. When she was hired in 1973 the Credit Union’s assets totaled $500,000 with only two part time employees, serving members of the local school district. Today the Credit Union has expanded to over $280 million in assets with 115 employees and seven branch offices across several counties in Upstate New York.
Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) Compliance Training for Volunteers
Examiners are looking for this training…volunteers need to be familiar with BSA requirements. Attendees will walk through an overview and historical background of BSA and learn the specifics every board must actively keep up with, such as BSA policy, risk assessment, ongoing training, and Suspicious Activity Report filings.
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