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Education CUs plan Feb. conference in New Orleans
SPANISH FORT, Ala. (1/16/14)--The Education Credit Union Council will host its annual conference in New Orleans Feb. 15-18.

The ECUC provides a forum for education-niche credit unions to share common membership and mission issues.
 
Conference speakers include:
  • Elizabeth Ellis, deputy assistant director for the Office of Financial Institutions and Business Liaison and former senior adviser to the chief of staff at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau;
  • Joe Lombardi, New Orleans Saints assistant coach;
  • Steve Gilliland, author of "Enjoy the Ride;"
  • John McKechnie, former National Credit Union Administration director of public and congressional affairs;
  • Peter Ricchiuti, economist, Tulane University; and
  • Jason Young and Tracy Moore, entrepreneurs, Mindblown Labs.
Registration is open for the full conference or single days.
 
Connie Kennelly, CEO of $20 million Tulane-Loyola University FCU, New Orleans, and a member of the ECUC West Orleans chapter, will kick things off with opening remarks (eNews Jan. 15).
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