Commission to host networking meet-up ahead of State GAC

April 3, 2018: This post has been updated to reflect additional information about the YP Track at the 2018 State GAC.

e9e4b1db-37a3-430d-b3e3-278c2db204b6The Young Professionals Commission is hosting a networking meet-up in Albany on April 22 prior to the State Governmental Affairs Conference. The event will be held 7:30-9:30 p.m. at City Beer Hall on Howard St.

The networking meet-up is open to all young professionals and volunteers—those 39 or younger—of New York Credit Union Association member credit unions. Attendees do not have to pre-register.

The event is being sponsored by TCAR, a recovery, remarketing, and collection services company based in the Capital Region. To learn more about TCAR, contact Patrick Dunleavy, VP of recovery operations, at patrickdunleavy@tcarinc.com.

The 2018 State GAC will be held April 23-24 in Albany. This year’s conference will again include a special YP Track for young professionals and volunteers. Alloya Corporate FCU will serve as the YP track education sponsor, and CUNA Mutual Group will serve as the legislative panel sponsor.

This year’s YP Track agenda includes:

star3 legislative panel discussion, sponsored by CUNA Mutual Group;

star3 networking;

star3 guest speaker: Bill Patton, AVP lending and participations at Alloya Corporate FCU, discussing the topic, “Do You Know Your Competitors?” sponsored by Alloya Corporate FCU; and

star3 advocacy tips, best practices and etiquette presented by Commission members Michael Mattone, Richard Sellwood and Jacqueline Noun.

To learn more, email Noun, senior commercial lending associate at Empower FCU, at jnoun@empowerfcu.com.

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