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Gilliland To Headline CUANY Economic Forum
Click to view larger image Steve Gilliland, speaker and best-selling author, will keynote the Credit Union Association of New York's Economic Forum, Oct. 8-9.  (Photo provided by the Credit Union Association of New York). 
ALBANY, N.Y. (9/20/13)--The Credit Union Association of New York announced its lineup of speakers, including keynote speaker and bestselling-author Steve Gilliland, for its Economic Forum next month. Gilliland will take the stage Oct. 9 at the Albany, N.Y., event, which kicks off Oct. 8 and is open to all credit union leaders.
 
Gilliland is a member of the Speaker Hall of Fame. He addresses more than 250,000 people each year, with audiences from 29 industries in 50 states and in 15 countries. He is also the author of best-seller "Enjoy the Ride" and the founder of a multimillion-dollar company named one of the fastest-growing privately held companies in the region by The Pittsburgh Business Times.
 
"The Economic Forum is designed to provide credit union leaders with the most timely, relevant industry insights available," said CUANY President/CEO William J. Mellin. "This year's speakers will offer a great mix of inspiration, industry expertise and innovative thinking to help prepare us for the future."
 
Joining Gilliland on the agenda are featured speakers Dr. Barry Asmus, a senior economist with the National Center for Policy Analysis and one of USA Today's top five most-requested speakers in the U.S., and John Lass, senior vice president of strategy and business development with CUNA Mutual Group.
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