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LaBalme to keynote CUNA council conference
MADISON, Wis. (12/15/11)--The CUNA Marketing & Business Development Council (CMBDC) announced that the keynote speaker for its 19th Annual Conference, March 7-10 in New Orleans, is Victoria LaBalme.

LaBalme's keynote session, "Crazy, Busy, Nuts: Getting Off the Conveyor Belt of Life," takes the demands of society and work life, and examines them against life-changing experiences. She will offer attendees practical, applicable tools for managing the chaos and the inspiration to change.

LaBalme has spoken for organizations such as the New York Police Department, American Heart Association, and L'Oreal.

Other conference highlights include Dennis Dollar's session, "THE UGLY, BAD & GOOD: Impacting Credit Union Scenarios in a Decade of Change," and Mark Adams' business development sessions, "The Wolf Pack Strategy."

LaBalme, Dollar, and Adams will center their on the theme, "Get Inspired."

"With the ever-expanding role of the marketing and business development professional, it is critical to become more productive in work and home environments alike," said Michelle Hunter, co-chair of the CMBDC Conference Committee and senior vice president for Credit Union of Southern California in Brea, Calif.
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