Credit union CEO/presidents are encouraged to join their peers for the 2012 CEO Summit at Camden on the Lake June 14-15. To date, the following regions are represented by attendees:
The CEO Summit is designed to address top-level issues facing Missouri credit unions. Attendees will collaborate with their peers to find solutions to tough issues facing the marketplace. Conversations will be sparked by tracking individual opinions using an audience response application. Bring your iPad, Smartphone or laptop to steer the agenda in your direction. If you don’t have one, please e-mail us.
The CEO Summit offers attendees two special networking events.
Join us Thursday morning for a pre-conference golf outing at Osage National Golf Course. Transportation will be provided to and from the course along with range balls. As soon as you arrive at Osage National Golf Resort, you’ll know you’ve arrived at a premiere golf institution. Drop your bags at the bag drop and one of the professional staff will take you to a modern and clean golf cart equipped with GPS. The golf fee is $95.
Join your peers for a dinner lake cruise on Thursday evening. We will depart from the dock at Camden on the Lake for a dinner provided by the hotel’s chef along with an open bar.
$649 per attendee
$125 per spouse/guest
Meet the Facilitators
Jamie Chase, CU Strategic Planning
Chase founded the #1 credit union grant writing firm in the United States, CU Strategic Planning. She is internationally recognized for developing innovative programs for credit unions, Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) and organizations working with native populations. She is a national leader in the credit union movement and a past publicist for the World Council of Credit Unions and former PBS producer.
Chuck Cockburn, CU Strategic Planning
Cockburn’s 25 years as a CEO (and 40 in the business) has been focused on growing credit unions while significantly improving service and morale. The legacy he’s left at credit unions from coast to coast has been to create a foundation for long-term success. His 12 years at NCUA as director of statistics resulted in a mastery of understanding and evolving the credit union balance sheet.
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