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Advisory committee announced for 2012 CUNA ELL
MADISON, Wis. (3/19/12)--Five volunteers will serve on the 2012 CUNA Experience Learning Live! (ELL) Advisory Committee, announced the Credit Union National Association (CUNA).

They will help shape the direction and content of CUNA Experience Learning Live! held Sept. 30-Oct. 3 in Denver. The conference, which meets annually, is designed for training professionals to gather ideas to improve the educational cultures at their credit union. Participants will learn how to maximize staff energy, strengthen volunteer dedication and increase the overall knowledge of their members.

The new Advisory Committee members are:

  • Tobi Collins, Educators CU, Racine, Wis.;
  • Kristyn Dix, Kemba CU, Cincinnati;
  • Melissa Harper, Magnolia FCU, Jackson, Miss.;
  • Meggy Kutz, Summit CU, Madison, Wis.; and
  • Shani Vance, SunCoast Schools FCU, Tampa, Fla.
Committee members will assist in the planning and staging of CUNA Experience Learning Live! Their duties include developing relevant topics for credit union training and human resource professionals; identifying speakers that excel at delivering the confirmed topics; providing feedback and suggestions for potential networking and other benefits for attendees; encouraging credit union training professionals to attend and network; and serving as conference hosts by welcoming attendees, introducing speakers and facilitating communication during the conference.

Advisory Committee members receive complimentary registration to the conference. Committee members were chosen from a large pool of qualified applicants across the nation. Applications for the 2013 ELL Advisory Committee can be found at the link.


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