Local Credit Union Professional Networking Opportunities
A key benefit of CUES councils is the chance to connect online and in-person with credit union executives in your area. Sharing credit union management experiences and strategies is a great way to advance your skills while learning from the problem solving abilities of your peers. Everyone benefits from the collaborative environment these councils foster, and the credit union as a whole is strengthened in the process.
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For questions about upcoming credit union events in your area or how to join a CUES Council, contact Kristie Wimmer, Member Relations and Council Manager, at 800.252.2664 or 608.271.2664 ext. 352; e-mail email@example.com.
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CUES Illinois Council
Council Officers Include:
Gail Clore, Chairman - President of Cornerstone CU
Kathy Lucas, Vice Chairman - President of Streator Onized CU
Karen Brown, Secretary - President/CEO of Staley CU
Bob Satinover, Treasurer - VP/Finance at Central CU of Illinois
Peggy Cummins, Director - President of Three Rivers CU
Michael Lee, Director - Chief Membership Officer at Alloya Corporate FCU
Mary Ann Pusateri, Director - Chief Executive Officer at Niles Township Schools CU
September 18-19, 2013: More information coming soon.
September 12-13, 2012: The meeting was held at the Naperville Marriott Hotel. The topic for this conference was “Hold, Fold or Bet: Investment Strategies for Today’s Market Environment” presented by Richard S. Berg, CEO, Performance Trust Capital Partners, LLC.
September 14-15, 2011: The meeting was held at the Doubletree Hotel in Oakbrook, Ill. There was a group dinner/networking at Maggiano's Restaurant, followed by an open forum. On Friday, Morton J. Marcus, American economist, author, columnist and TV commentator, gave a presentation on Insight into the Local Illinois Economy.