California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues'
2014 Annual Meeting & Convention
October 20-22 | JW Marriott L.A. LIVE | Los Angeles

 
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2014 REACH Program Guide

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Why Attend?

  • Gain valuable insight from sought-after leaders.
  • Brainstorm ideas and develop strategies to maximize your portfolio.
  • Engage in educational sessions impacting important industry issues.
  • Participate in powerful discussions that keep your credit union moving forward.

Earvin "Magic" Johnson | Chairman/CEO, Magic Johnson Enterprises (MJE) @MagicJohnson

Earvin "Magic" Johnson has become the most powerful African-American businessman in the world. He is a Major League Baseball owner, an NBA Legend, a 2-Time Hall of Famer, an Entrepreneur, a Philanthropist and Business Speaker.

The business mogul has successfully propelled his company to the status of #1 Brand in Urban America. Magic Johnson Enterprises (MJE), provides high quality products and services that focus primarily on ethnically diverse and underserved urban communities through strategic alliances, investments, consulting and endorsements. The conglomerate is comprised of multiple business entities and partnerships that include Canyon Johnson, a $1 billion dollar real estate fund, Yucaipa Johnson, a $500 million dollar private equity fund, ASPIRE, a new African-American television network, SodexoMAGIC, Magic Airport Holdings, Inner City Broadcasting Corporation, Magic Johnson Bridgescape Academies, and Vibe Holdings, LLC - Mr. Johnson is the Chairman of the multi-cultural media company that houses the Vibe, Uptown, and Soul Train brands.

Most noted for his unprecedented Starbucks partnership, which served as the catalyst for redevelopment in urban communities and is literally the blueprint for Corporate America's engagement and success with urban consumers. In 2010, the savvy businessman divested his Starbucks and Los Angeles Lakers shares in excess $100 million dollars. However, he will continue to assist Starbucks with their community development initiatives and will remain Vice President of the Los Angeles Lakers.

Mr. Johnson is co-owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers and the L.A. Sparks and he has also teamed up with Tim Leiweke of AEG in an effort to build a new stadium and bring an NFL team back to Los Angeles as well as thousands of jobs to the city.

Neen James | CEO, Neen James Communications, Partner, Thought Leaders Global

James is a sought-after leadership and communication expert to many Fortune 500 clients. She frequently appears in the media and is a published author, including the trademark Folding Time™ and Secrets of Super-Productivity. James' impact strategy and implementable time-saving tools increase focus and help teams achieve twice as much in half the time. @neenjames

 

Joseph Pine | Co-founder of Strategic Horizons, LLP

Pine is an internationally acclaimed speaker and management advisor to Fortune 500 companies and entrepreneurial start-ups alike. He is co-founder of Strategic Horizons LLP, a thinking studio dedicated to helping businesses conceive and design new ways of adding value to their economic offerings. Pine authored several books and articles, including bestseller The Experience Economy: Work Is Theatre & Every Business a Stage and Authenticity: What Consumers Really Want. @joepine

 

Chen Lizra | TED Speaker, Business Consultant, and Author, Chen Lizra Consulting

With nearly a decade of experience in the global animation industry, Lizra's business consultancy offers a unique approach that infuses creative thinking and imagination with core business fundamentals and military discipline. She has been wildly praised for her powerful workshops using her 3Cs model-Confidence, Charm, and Connection-that leads to a paradigm shift in how we approach and attract success in both our personal and professional lives. @ChenLizra

 

Alessandro Acquisti | Associate Professor of Information Systems and Public Policy at the Heinz College, Carnegie Mellon University (CMU)

In his role as the co-director of CMU's Center for Behavioral Decision Research and visiting researcher for Microsoft, Acquisti's research investigates the economics of privacy. His studies have spearheaded the application of behavioral economics to the analysis of privacy and information security decision making, and the analysis of privacy risks and disclosure behavior in online social networks. Acquisti is currently part of an esteemed group of academics being consulted for the Big Data Initiative by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. @ssnstudy

 

Michael Josephson | Founder and President, Josephson Institute

Michael Josephson is one of the nation's most sought-after and quoted ethicists. Founder and president of Josephson Institute and its CHARACTER COUNTS! project, he has conducted programs for more than 100,000 leaders in government, business, education, sports, law enforcement, journalism, law, and the military. @JosephsonO

 

Mollie Bell | Chief Engagement Officer, Filene Research Institute

Mollie Bell develops and fosters relationships and communities while growing awareness of Filene's research and innovation in the marketplace. She is passionate about working with credit union, corporate, and cooperative partners and supporters to maximize their engagement with Filene by connecting ideas to issues. @MollieBellFRI

 

Sarah Canepa Bang | President/COO, CO-OP Shared Branching-FSCC

Sarah Canepa Bang has been the president and chief executive officer of Financial Service Centers Cooperative, Inc. (FSCC) since 1999. She has more than quadrupled in the number of credit unions, branches, and states involved in shared branching. Bang is a frequent speaker at national credit union events on emerging technologies. @coopfs

 

Eric Cotter | VP of Automotive Product & Innovation, CU Direct

Cotter has consistently been two years ahead of the digital curve. His practical passion for digital devices and platforms and how people use them drives his vision for first-tier products that are revenue generating and relevant. At CU Direct he leads a team developing smart, value-based solutions for credit unions and car dealers alike. @cudirect

 

Erik Vandermause | VP, TruStage Innovation & Channels, CUNA Mutual Group

As vice president of TruStage Innovation & Channels at CUNA Mutual Group, Erik Vandermause leads business growth initiatives to better reach, protect and service credit union members. In addition, he spearheads TruStage's consumer sales and E-commerce teams. @CUNAMutualGroup

 

Andrew Downin | Innovation Director, Filene Research Institute

As Filene's Innovation Director, Downin leads Filene's prestigious i3 (Ideas, Innovation, Implementation) program, along with subsequent testing of its financial product, service, and business model ideas. Downin comes from SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union where he served as manager of product development. @adownin

 

Chris Fraenza | Impact Manager, Filene Research Institute

As Filene's Impact Manager, Fraenza helps take the best of Filene's research and innovation and move it into action through tangible programs customized for credit unions. When he's not creating Impact with credit unions, he is aiding in the community management of The Cooperative Trust. @cfraenza

 

Registration

REGISTRATION FEES Spring 2013 Discount until 5/1/2014 Early-bird discount
Postmarked by 9/20
Regular Registration
Postmarked after 9/20
League Member CU    
Full Registration $845 $895 $995
One Day Registration $395 $395 $445
CUs under $36M in assets $525 $545 $595
       
Groups of 5 - 6 $745 $785 $785
Groups of 7-9 $695 $735 $735
Groups of 10+ $645 $685 $685
       
Guest Registration $195 $195 $205
       
Non-Member CU    
Full Registration $1,485 $1,565 $1,740
One Day Registration $525 $545 $595
       
Guest Registration $345 $395 $405
       
OPTIONAL      
PAC Golf $200 $200 $200
WCMS Breakfast $65 $65 $65
GRAMMY Museum Tour $11 $11 $11
Federal Reserve Tour n/c n/c n/c
       
ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING ONLY      
California n/c n/c n/c
Nevada n/c n/c n/c
       
ADDITIONAL      
Welcome Reception $99 $99 $99
Wednesday Luncheon $80 $80 $80

Registration Form

TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

CANCELLATIONS & REFUNDSCancellations and refund requests must be sent in writing by email to registrations@ccul.org. Requests received by September 20, 2014, are eligible for a refund less a 20% processing fee.  Registration fees and optional event fees are non-refundable after September 20, 2014. Substitutions will be accepted at any time.  Cancellation of convention registration does not automatically cancel registration to any non-League entities.  Individuals are solely responsible for canceling their hotel reservations and flight reservations.

REGISTRATION FEES:  All participants must pay the registration fees prior to arrival at the convention venue. Participants are also advised to have a copy of their payment slip when going to the registration desk at the conference just in case they are requested to show proof of the payment on their arrival.

PAC GOLF TOURNAMENT REGISTRATION: Contributions are NOT tax deductible for state or federal purposes. All PAC Golf registrations will be attributed to the CCUL-PAC Independent Expenditure Account which is unlimited in the amount it may accept. Federal law prohibits federally chartered credit unions from making campaign contributions. Contributions made by federally chartered credit unions will be deposited in CCUL's administrative account to be used for administration purposes. For state chartered CUs only: Please note your credit union may be required by law to fill out an 1120-POL form for any political contribution made by your credit union. Contributions of $10,000 or more per calendar year to California state, local candidates or committee have their own disclosure requirements. 

PHOTOS:  Please note by registering for this event, you are authorizing the use of your image by the Leagues.

LIABILITY:  The Leagues reserve the right to amend any part of the convention if necessary at any time, free of all liability for damages of any nature sustained by delegates or accompanying persons, or loss of, or damage to their personal property as a result of the convention.  In the event of disruption or other unforeseen circumstances, the Leagues will not be held responsible for loss of monies incurred by delegates. Delegates should make their own arrangements with respect to personal insurance, along with travel insurance. The Leagues will not be held responsible for healthcare, dental and ambulance services during its convention or events.

JW Marriott L.A. LIVE

900 W. Olympic Blvd. 
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Reservations: 800-266-9432
Online Reservations

Additional Lodging Options:

Marriott Hotels offers two additional hotels, Courtyard Los Angeles L.A. LIVE and Residence Los Angeles L.A. LIVE, located across the street from the JW Marriott.

To check rates and secure your room, please CLICK HERE.

About the hotel
In the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, just steps from STAPLES Center, the JW Marriott L.A. LIVE Hotel fashions a new standard for luxury. The stunning 54-story masterpiece hotel is the focal point of L.A. LIVE, offering guests a front-row seat to this emerging entertainment, sports and dining epicenter.

Guests enjoy an unmatched location for attending one of the many sporting and entertainment events taking place at the STAPLES Center, Nokia Theatre, Club Nokia, the GRAMMY Museum, Conga Room, or even take in a movie at the Regal Cinemas. During your stay, L.A. LIVE will host the opening NBA games and potentially a concert or movie premiere. After a day of meetings and entertainment events, don't forget to take in the hotel's lavish Ritz Carlton Spa®, a rooftop pool, dining options such as Wolfgang Puck's WP24 and LA Market Restaurant, or simply relax in one of the modern yet comfortable guest rooms. Entertain your senses at JW Marriott L.A. LIVE.

The special group rate of $275/night is available on a space/rate basis until September 19. Reservations made after September 19 are subject to the prevailing room rates at the time of booking.

Click here for directions, parking, and other hotel details.

 

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Transportation

MAPS AND DIRECTIONS | Driving Directions
The JW Marriott L.A. LIVE is located at 900 West Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90015.

Printable Directions to and from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
L.A. LIVE Campus Map and Directory

PARKING
The JW Marriott offers valet parking for all hotel guests at $42 daily. Additional self-parking is available on the L.A. LIVE Campus and adjacent local parking lots for rates starting at $10. Click to view the L.A. LIVE Parking Lot Map and rates. Note some lots do not take credit cards and all parking is at your own risk.

AIRLINE DISCOUNTS
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) - 17.2 miles from L.A. LIVE
Burbank Bob Hope Airport (BUR) - 16 miles from L.A. LIVE

United Airlines: SAVE up to 13% on Airfare!

United is offering REACH14 attendees a special discount on airfare to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and Burbank Airport (BUR). In addition, for those who ticket online you will receive an additional 3% discount* without a service fee. Enter your Z-Code in the Offer Code Box when searching for your flights online, or mention the code to the United Agent to receive your conference discount.

United Offer Code: ZT4F616777
United Reservations Line: 800-426-1122

Book at United.com

*Additional 3% discount applies to online reservations. Discounts only apply to published fares and excludes travel to/from Europe, Middle East, Africa and India.

GROUND TRANSPORTATION
Although the hotel does not offer shuttle service from LAX they do recommend SuperShuttle, the Metro Green Line, or Uber. Each has their own advantages and disadvantages and we recommend you plan your ground transportation in advance by choosing the method that would best meet your needs.

Click Here for additional information on Hotel Transportation

Airport Shuttle Info: Two shared ride van companies, Prime Time Shuttle and SuperShuttle, operate out of LAX and are authorized to serve all Southern California counties. Passengers are encouraged to contact the companies first for more information. (Click on the company names above for contact information.) These vans pick up passengers on the Lower/Arrivals Level in front of each terminal. Please look for signs that read "Shared Ride Vans" at terminal curbside near the exits from baggage claims areas.

Metro Green Line Map and trip planner
The Metrolink operates train service within Southern California from Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside, Ventura, Orange, and North San Diego Counties. They now have special weekend passes for only $10 which includes free rail and bus connections that stop a street away from the L.A. LIVE campus. For train schedule and more information, please call (800) 371-5465 or visit http://metrolinktrains.com.

Click Here for Metrolink and Metro Rail directions to L.A. LIVE

AVIS Car Rental
Avis Worldwide has extended a special group rate to attendees of REACH 2014. To take advantage of the discount, please call Avis at (800) 525-7537 X31247 or visit the following link and enter the AWD Code: D340722

The group discount is effective 7 days prior and post-convention dates.

Avis Booking Link for California And Nevada Credit Union Leagues / Reach

L.A. LIVE
Download the new L.A. LIVE app before you go! Don't miss a beat with the L.A. LIVE dashboard of the very latest news and events at L.A. LIVE! Check movie times, Lakers, Clippers, Kings game times, concerts and events, plus book your tickets right from the app to get the most out of your visit!

REACH Out and Discover L.A. LIVE!
In one block you have your choice of sports and entertainment from the STAPLES Center and Nokia Theatre. The L.A. LIVE campus features both new and headliner music, comedy, night clubs, restaurants, bars, a bowling alley, museum and movie theaters. L.A. LIVE is the premier destination for live entertainment in Downtown Los Angeles and is home for the lion share of the major award shows and movie premieres. You never know when the "red carpet" will appear in Nokia Plaza!

REACH Out and Discover L.A. through the Digital Visitor Guide!

Dine at L.A. LIVE!
Happy Hour starts at 3 pm and goes till 8 pm, then again for a double-take at 10 pm to close at the Yard House while we are there! Choices on campus include Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, Katsuya, Lucky Strike Lanes and Lounge, Rock'N Fish, The Farm of Beverly Hills, The Yard House, Tom's Urban, and more.

Experience L.A.!
Plan your visit by checking out the L.A. LIVE events calendar to see what exciting new music and comedy shows are playing at Club Nokia or which headliners might be at the famous Nokia Theater, home of the EMMYs, ESPYs, American Music Awards, and the American Idol finals. Looking to dance the night away, check out The Conga Room, L.A.'s premiere Latin & World music venue, or take in the latest movie at Regal Cinemas L.A. LIVE!

If you're still looking for something to do... visit the STAPLES Center Box Office to see if tickets are available for the NBA Preseason games or if one of the many musical performances, family entertainment, televised award shows, or major tours such as U2, Paul McCartney, The Eagles, Prince, Justin Timberlake, Garth Brooks, Cirque du Soleil or others are in town. Stub Hub box office is right on campus steps away from the JW Marriott!

REFRESH at The Ritz-Carlton Spa
After a full day of education, networking and a night of discovering L.A. LIVE remember to enjoy a little refreshment at the luxurious Ritz-Carlton Spa reflecting the glamour and excitement of Los Angeles in a sleek, urbane environment. At this urban oasis in the heart of the city where the JW Marriott L.A. LIVE and The Ritz-Carlton meet. You are sure to enjoy the ultimate in pampering, from a signature Champagne welcome to unparalleled personalized service. Signature treatments, such as the Champagne & Shimmer Ultimate Manicure & Pedicure, Glowing Gold Facial and Champagne & Citrus Sugar Scrub ensure guests are radiant and feeling red-carpet ready. Click here to view the complete list of services and packages.

OPTIONAL TOURS
 
Tour the GRAMMY Museum
At L.A. LIVE
800 W. Olympic Blvd. Los Angeles, CA
Optional Tour Tickets: $11
Museum Hours:

Sat.-Sun. | 10 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Mon.-Fri. | 11:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Paying tribute to music's rich cultural history, this 21st-century museum explores and celebrates the enduring legacies of all forms of music, the creative process, the art and technology of the recording process, and the history of the premier recognition of excellence in recorded music - the GRAMMY® award. Through public and educational programs, exhibits and more, guests will experience an insider perspective that only The GRAMMY Museum® can deliver including private recording areas to check-out your musical skills.

Group discount tickets are available for $11 for convention attendees and guests as an optional item on your convention registration. Advance purchase is required for the discount.

Tour the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Los Angeles Branch

950 S. Grand Ave.,
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Tour Hours:

Mon., Oct. 20 | 9:30 a.m. & 1:30 p.m.
Tue., Oct. 21 | 9:30 a.m. & 1:30 p.m.
Wed., Oct. 22 | 1:30 p.m.

Have you ever wanted to see the second largest cash vault in the United States? Or see historic banknotes like the rare Hawaii note, or 1899 $5 note featuring Sioux Chief Running Antelope, or even fractional currency (paper coins) used during the Civil War? Want to know that a $1,000, $5,000 or $10,000 note looks like and who is on them?

Answers to these questions can be found on this 75 minute tour. We will take you through a journey of cash operations where you will have the opportunity to witness millions in cash and coin deposits being dropped off by armored couriers on behalf of Southern California and Las Vegas banks and credit unions... maybe even your own! Discover where your deposits are going and watch the vault workers in action as the high speed machines and precision lasers do their job in checking if currency is fit to go back into circulation, for the ones that don't make it, visitors will be able to witness the shredding of the nation's unfit currency (up to $22 million per day).

A highlight of the tour is the LA Branch's interactive lobby exhibit, "Fed Gallery: Your Central Bank in Focus." This permanent installation uses interactive technology, vivid graphics, and thought-provoking displays to highlight the Fed's role in the United States economy. Some of the most unusual thing people will see include crowd favorites such as a Vegas-style money wheel that asks visitors to identify counterfeit currency, a t-shirt dyed with shredded U.S. currency, an uncut sheet of $20 notes, and a map of the Twelfth Federal Reserve District featuring magnified State Quarters.

Tours are complimentary and are available twice daily, based on availability. To secure your place on the tour, please select the optional tour item on your convention registration. The LA Branch is three short blocks from the hotel. Optional transportation will be available for purchase.

FEATURED BREAKOUT SESSIONS

REACH Deep with Joe Pine
What consumers want are experiences-memorable events that engage individuals in an inherently personal way. Take a journey through principles that matter most to your organization and how you can create greater economic value for your members by staging engaging experiences.

Redefining Convenience
Erik Vandermause, VP TruStage Innovation & Channels, CUNA Mutual Group
Take a deeper look at how convenience affects shopping, buying, and financial engagement preferences of your members, and how mobile-only account access is an increasingly critical element.

Increasing Your Loans-A Shapiro Session
Moderator: Suzanne Leedale, CEO of SLO CU
Eric Cotter, VP of Automotive Production & Innovation of CU Direct, Chris Bruno, CEO of McKesson EFCU, and Eric Bruen, CEO of Desert Valleys FCU
Is your loan portfolio stagnant? Simple changes to the cost of funds, loan operations, delivery methods, and charge-offs can help you develop a more robust loan strategy that will enable you to reach for new loans that could provide higher yields. Take away strategic insight on how credit unions have increased their bottom line by more than $2 million in just over two quarters for record loan growth.

Succession Planning-Panel of Experts
Moderator: Randy Thompson, CEO of Thompson Consulting & Training
Panel: Patsy Van Ouwerkerk, CEO of Travis CU, Richard M. Johnson, Board Member of Wescom, CU, and Mary Steudle, Board Chair of SCE FCU
A well thought-out succession plan is critical to a credit union's health and sustainability. This session will offer leadership hindsight, insight and foresight on how to lead the way and plan for the future success of your credit union from those who have been in your shoes.

REACH Deep with Chen Lizra (space is limited to the first 25)
Start the conversation by clicking here.
Tap into the unrealized power of the international 3C's Model-Confidence, Charm, and Connection, and unlock the paradigm shift in how we approach and attract success in both our personal and professional lives.

Innovation Immersion Workshop
Filene Research Institute: Andrew Downin, Innovation Director, and Chris Fraenza, Impact Manager
Discover the framework for building a culture of innovation, learn how you can build discipline into the innovation cycle without killing creativity, and leave with methodology to move ideas into action.

REACH Deep with Alessandro Acquisti
Gain a deeper understanding of the fundamental economics of privacy: theory, techniques, and practices with state-of-the-art technologies and research results on privacy using big data from Heinz College, Carnegie Mellon University. Take this opportunity to ask deeper questions of Alessandro on what is being discussed by the White House in the area of big data that could affect your organization.

Engineering the Ultimate Experience
Elisa Jagerson, CEO of Speck Design
Find out what physical, digital, conscious, and unconscious experiences you can use to increase your influence over consumer and employee behavior, and how to use key moments to drive behavior change.

Leading Team Engagement-'If They'd Just Do as I Say!'
Bill Stainton, Author & Emmy Award-winning Executive Producer
What does it take to cultivate team engagement? Gain tactics that will double the effectiveness of your team meetings, and learn what team engagement really looks like so you can execute your vision!

Filene Impact Road Show
Filene Research Institute: Andrew Downin, Innovation Director, and Chris Fraenza, Impact Manager
Learn about the latest Filene Research Institute offerings, covering focus areas like attracting young adults, social media, digital marketing, mobile options, the online channel, virtual management coaching, and how your credit union can use them to get even stronger!

Preparing for Risk-Based Capital or the Next Crisis:  The Case for Capital Reform
Moderator:  Lucy Ito, EVP & COO, California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues
Panel: Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Sherman Oaks), Debie Keesee, CEO of Spokane Media FCU, Ron McDaniel, CEO of California CU, Parker Cann, SVP and General Counsel of BECU, and Brian Branch, CEO of World Council of Credit Unions

Following the Global Financial Crisis of 2008 and during the ensuing Great Recession, did your credit union constrain asset growth in order to manage its net worth ratio?   Did your credit union explicitly or implicitly turn away member deposits?  Will NCUA's forthcoming NCUA's Risk-Based Capital rule make supplemental capital a more critical tool?  Hear from three credit unions of vastly different sizes—Spokane Media FCU ($11 million), California CU ($1.2 billion) and BECU ($12.5 billion)—on why access to supplemental capital is an authority that credit unions should have before the new RBC rule takes effect or the next economic shock hits.  Learn also about international credit union capital trends in the context of Basel III including newly emerging alternative capital instruments.

Additional Breakout Sessions

REACHtalks
High-impact, 15-minute discussions that drill down on topics you care about the most. Each session is jam-packed with only the most relevant and game-changing information.

CNYIN Bite of Reality
All attendees are invited to observe a real-life simulation game of life, entitled "Bite of Realty," the RMJ Foundation's signature program. Discover the "ah-ha" moments as local school kids experience this fun, interactive simulation of real-world financial responsibilities and discover how much a credit union can help with their needs.

PAC Golf Tournament
 
Monday, October 20

MountainGate Country Club
12445 MountainGate Dr.
Los Angeles, CA 90049

6 a.m. Registration and Breakfast
7:30 a.m. Shotgun Start

Registration: $200 per player
Club Rental: $65 per player

Registration includes green fees, breakfast, bag drop services and luncheon. Luncheon immediately following the tournament.

Sculpted from the rolling hills of Los Angeles in the shadows of the Santa Monica Mountains and not far from the Getty Museum, MountainGate Country Club re-defines the private golf club experience. The club boasts 27 holes of magnificent golf designed by noted golf course architect Ted Robinson.  Robinson built the links-style layouts to blend harmoniously with their surroundings, leaving the terrain completely natural. Lush stands of trees frame undulating fairways and manicured greens, with deep roughs and expansive bunkers which create both strategic diversity and a picturesque backdrop for golf.

Sponsorship Opportunities:
Contact Andrea Svoboda, Manager of Political Advocacy, at 800-472-1702, ext. 1364, or email her at andreas@ccul.org.

All sponsorships contributions will be attributed to the CCUL-PAC (Independent Expenditure Account) or NCUL-PAC. Contributions are not tax-deductible for state or federal tax purposes.

 

Schedule-At-A-Glance*

Wednesday, October 22
7 a.m.–1 p.m. Registration Open
7:30–8:45 a.m. Continental Breakfast in the Networking Exhibit Hall
7:30–8:45 a.m. CEO/Chair and Sponsor Breakfast (by invitation)
8:45–9:45 a.m. General Session: REACH Out on Privacy Economy with Alessandro Acquisti
9:45–10 a.m. Networking Break
10-11 a.m.

General Session: Big Data 360 Perspective: Consumer, Ethics, Science, and Credit Unions
Panel: Michael Josephson, Karan Bhalla, Richard Musci
Moderator: Alessandro Acquisti

11–11:15 a.m. Networking Break
11:15–12:15 p.m. Concurrent Breakout Sessions
• REACH DEEP with Alessandro Acqusti
• Engineering the Ultimate Experience
• Leading Team Engagement—If They'd Just Do as I Say!
11:15–11:35 a.m. REACHtalk: Strategies to Drive Auto Loan Growth
11:35–11:55 p.m. REACHtalk: What Are They Thinking
11:55–12:15 a.m. REACHtalk: Boost Member Satisfaction Through Enhanced Vehicle Titling Services
12:15–2:30 p.m. Closing General Session Luncheon: Folding Time with Neen James
1:30–3 p.m. Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Los Angeles Branch (ticketed event)
2:30–2:45 p.m. Networking Break
2:45–4 p.m. Filene Impact Road Show
   
* Schedule is subject to change.
** Optional Tours: The GRAMMY Museum and The Federal Reserve Bank (Los Angeles Branch) are offering tours for attendees of the convention. For more details, please visit the "L.A. LIVE" page. Note all tours are based on space availability and are subject to change.

 

REACH Upand be inspired by timely, innovative ideas.
REACH Out at L.A. LIVE and discover epicenter of entertainment.
REACH Deep with future-focused strategies for a big picture perspective.

Chapter Forum

Chapter Welcome Reception
Wednesday, October 22
5:30-6 p.m. Put on your jeans or active wear and meet at Glance Bar in the hotel lobby for a short walk to our reception venue.
6-9 p.m. Enjoy an evening of games, hors d'oeuvres, beer, wine, and great networking with your chapter colleagues!
   
Chapter Forum
Thursday, October 23
7:30-8 a.m. Continental breakfast
8 a.m.-4 p.m. Chapter Forum

Join us for this special day devoted just to chapter leaders as we:

  • Celebrate chapter achievements and best practices during the past year
  • Expand our leadership skills
  • Inspire each other to new accomplishments in the coming year

Special Invitation to the Annual Meeting & Convention
A special registration code will be sent to each chapter president, valid for four complimentary registrations for Chapter Forum and the Leagues' Annual Meeting & Convention. Each of the four registrants:

  • Must be a chapter board of governor for the 2014-2015 chapter year
  • Must attend Chapter Forum
  • Is entitled to complimentary registration for the Annual Meeting & Convention

To register, enter the code in the payment section of each person's Chapter Forum registration. Use the code again to register separately for the Annual Meeting & Convention.

This offer is for the registration fee only and does not include other costs associated with either event. The code only applies to the four free registrants. If you use the code for the convention registration but do not attend Chapter Forum, the full Annual Meeting and Convention registration fee will be applied.

Tell Us Who Will Attend from Your Chapter
By Friday, September 26, please email a list of the board of governors accepting the four registrations to janj@ccul.org or carmelitak@ccul.org and indicate if registrants are attending Chapter Forum only, or both the Chapter Forum and the Annual Meeting and Convention. Remember you must also register your attendees at 2014 Chapter Forum and REACH Annual Meeting and Convention.

Hotel Accommodations
Special pricing of $275 per night!

Please make your own hotel registrations on or before September 19 to receive the group rate.

JW Marriott L.A. LIVE
900 W. Olympic Blvd. 
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Reservations: 800-266-9432

In the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, just steps from STAPLES Center, the JW Marriott L.A. LIVE Hotel fashions a new standard for luxury. The stunning 54-story masterpiece hotel is the focal point of L.A. LIVE, offering guests a front-row seat to this emerging entertainment, sports and dining epicenter.

Cancellation Policy
Cancellations and refund requests must be sent in writing by email to registrations@ccul.org. Requests received by September 20, 2014, are eligible for a refund less a 20% processing fee.  Registration fees and optional event fees are non-refundable after September 20, 2014. Substitutions will be accepted at any time.  Cancellation of convention registration does not automatically cancel registration to Chapter Forum or any non-League entities.  Individuals are solely responsible for canceling their hotel reservations and flight reservations.

Additional Information

PARKING

  • Valet parking, fee: $42 daily
  • Other parking options across the street from hotel. Parking fees based on events. Hybrid & Flex fuel autos $32 a night.

Click here for Driving Directions to the Hotel

AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION

Los Angeles International Airport - LAX

Visit LAX airport website  
Airport Phone: 1-310-646-5252
Hotel direction: 17.2 miles NE
Driving directions

This hotel does not provide shuttle service to LAX.

  • Alternate transportation: SuperShuttle, fee: $16 (one way);reservation required
  • Bus service, fee: $8 (one way)
  • Estimated taxi fare: $50 (one way)

Burbank Bob Hope Airport - BUR
Visit BUR airport website  
Airport Phone: 818-840-8840
Hotel direction: 16 miles SE

This hotel does not provide shuttle service to BUR.

  • Alternate transportation: SuperShuttle, fee: $24 (one way);reservation required
  • Bus service, fee: $5 (one way)
  • Estimated taxi fare: $60 (one way)

Registration Confirmation
You will receive an e-mailed confirmation after completing online registration. If you submit your registration by mail, you will receive emailed confirmation within ten business days. If you have not received your confirmation within three weeks of submitting your registration form, please call us at 800-472-1702, option 2, to verify receipt of your registration.

Dress Code
The dress code is jeans or active wear for the Welcome Reception on Wednesday evening and business casual for the Chapter Forum on Thursday. We recommend you dress in layers to accommodate the variance in temperatures in the meeting rooms.

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LIABILITY: 
The Leagues reserve the right to amend any part of the convention if necessary at any time, free of all liability for damages of any nature sustained by attendees or accompanying persons, or loss of, or damage to their personal property as a result of the convention. In the event of disruption or other unforeseen circumstances, the Leagues will not be held responsible for loss of monies incurred by attendees. Attendees should make their own arrangements with respect to personal insurance, along with travel insurance. The Leagues will not be held responsible for healthcare, dental and ambulance services during its convention or events.

Special Assistance
If you have a physical or medical condition requiring special accommodations, please inform us at 800-472-1702, option 2.

Questions?
Call Education & Training at 800-472-1702, option 2 or email us at registrations@ccul.org.

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