DCUC wraps up its 2022 Annual Conference

WASHINGTON, DC (August 5, 2022) — DCUC concluded its 2022 Annual Conference earlier today. Throughout the conference military leaders and experts in cyber security, innovation, and regulatory and legislative issues addressed attendees from across the country.

“DCUC’s 2022 Conference exceeded our expectations,” said Tony Hernandez, DCUC’s President/CEO. “We had so many great speakers that updated our members on topics that really matter to them as they serve their military and veteran members. I’m looking forward to seeing where the conversations we started this week lead us as we continue to work together to do best by our members.”

In addition to its fantastic speaker lineup, DCUC’s conference also featured its fourth class of Crashers and its ongoing partnership with Filene Research Institute. Filene hosted their Cultivating Innovation and Humanizing Technology forum in the days leading up to DCUC’s Annual Conference. DCUC is a sponsor of Filene’s Center for Emerging Technology.

Over the four days of the conference, DCUC members, guests, and sponsors raised $20,000 to support this year’s conference charity, Armed Services YMCA (ASYMCA). ASYMCA is dedicated to serving junior-enlisted military service members and their families through unique and specialized programs and services. DCUC is honored to support its mission and grateful for the continued generosity of its members, sponsors, and guests.

Next year, DCUC will celebrate its 60th Anniversary at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, CO, July 31 – August 2, 2023. This anniversary will celebrate DCUC’s history, while looking towards the future. DCUC will continue emphasizing technology, the future of financial services, and why the work that defense credit unions do serving our nation’s military is so important.

About Defense Credit Union Council (DCUC)

The Defense Credit Union Council is the premier resource for credit unions on all military and veteran matters. By maintaining a close and constant liaison with the Pentagon, Capitol Hill, and NCUA, the Council champions the interests of credit unions serving our military and veteran communities by coordinating policy, procedures, and legislation impacting morale and welfare, financial readiness, and the delivery of quality financial products and services. Organized in 1963, the Council’s membership is comprised of 180 credit unions with over 35 million members. If you would like more information about this topic, please contact DCUC at


Haleigh Laverty



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