Advisory committee members selected for CUNA experience learning Live!
MADISON, WI (May 21, 2014) — CUNA is proud to announce the five credit union professionals who will make up this year’s CUNA Experience Learning Live! Advisory Committee. These five members, selected from a list applicants, will be the minds behind the program and opportunities at the 2014 conference, taking place October 26-29, 2014 in San Antonio, TX.
2014 Advisory Committee Members:
- Sarah Best, Learning and Development Specialist
Summit Credit Union, Wisconsin
- Diane Faris, Functional Trainer
Sun Federal Credit Union, Ohio
- Ashley Frost, Training Assistant
GCS Credit Union, Illinois
- Amy Ivey, AVP, Marketing and Development
Bay Federal Credit Union, California
- Rieanne King, Training Specialist
Trona Valley Federal Credit Union, Wyoming
The ELL Advisory Committee’s mission is to devote time and effort, both before and during the onsite program, to produce timely and relevant session topics, thorough feedback, effective networking opportunities and community awareness. They will work until the conference has ended, hosting events, introducing speakers and contributing to the overall onsite experience.
CUNA Experience Learning Live! is the premier event for credit union learning and development professionals. This year’s program will feature updates on the latest training trends, bring insights and advice from leading experts in employee engagement and provide access to some of the best educational development tools available. Attendees will return to their credit unions better able to captivate employee attention, build effective custom training programs and advance their educational and service cultures organization-wide.
For more information about CUNA Experience Learning Live! and to register, visit training.cuna.org/ell.
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