Four NC/SC credit union professionals selected for Crash the GAC 2020
Tuesday, February 4, 2020
Columbia, SC and Raleigh, NC – The Carolinas Credit Union League is pleased to announce that four Carolinas credit union professionals have been selected to attend Crash the GAC – a program hosted by The Cooperative Trust and Credit Union National Association (CUNA). They join the more than 50 young professional leaders in the 2020 class of Crashers, collectively representing nearly every U.S. state.
Crashers are selected through a highly competitive process, earning free attendance at CUNA GAC where they can network and learn from over 5,000 top credit union advocates.
Congratulations to our four Crashers:
- Joseph Alston, Coastal CU, North Carolina
- Sherry Gunter, Palmetto Citizens FCU, South Carolina
- Christina Liu, Coastal CU, North Carolina
- Jobana Trujillo, Piedmont Advantage CU, North Carolina
“We are excited to introduce the next generation of leaders to this life-changing experience,” commented Filene’s Director for Community Development Cortney Angeley. “The Cooperative Trust and the Crash Program provides exceptional experiences to help emerging leaders develop their careers. Most importantly, the connections made at CUNA GAC are a catalyst to building a life-long network of passionate credit union advocates.”
Crash the GAC and other Crash events throughout the year are designed to spark new ways of thinking and build lasting relationships for young professionals within the credit union industry. GAC crashers will leave the nation’s capital with a new hunger to help strengthen their communities and organizations. This highly competitive opportunity is a launching pad for many young professionals’ careers and gives them the confidence and insight to make a profound and lasting impact in the industry.
About The Cooperative Trust: The Cooperative Trust, with its award-winning Crash programming, is the international community of young credit union professionals, brought to you by Filene Research Institute and made possible by Credit Union National Association. To learn more, check it out at www.cooperativetrust.com.