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Agenda

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TUESDAY

10 a.m.–4 p.m.
REACH 2016 Golf
Spanish Trail Country Club (Non-Tournament)
Optional Event

3–4:30 p.m.
Registration
Belmont Registration Desk
Annual Meeting Credentials Desk open

6–7:30 p.m.
RMJ Foundation Donor Recognition Gala
The Library at Marquee
(By invitation only)

Contact tlozano@rmjfoundation.org for information.

The Richard Myles Johnson (RMJ) Foundation invites donors to be recognized for their support of the foundation.

WEDNESDAY

8 a.m.–6 p.m.
Registration
Belmont Registration Desk

8:30 a.m.–10 a.m.
Exclusive Behind the Scenes Experience of KÀ
KÀ Theater at MGM Grand
Optional Event
(Ticketed event. Seats are limited. Show tickets are not included.)

9–11:30 a.m.
RMJ Foundation Bite of Reality Financial Literacy Workshop
Nolita Ballroom 3

9:30–11:30 a.m.
Preconference: Strategic Conversations
Nolita Ballroom 1

11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
WCMS Alumni Luncheon
Nolita Ballroom 2
Optional (Ticketed) Event

12:30–1:30 p.m.
CA/NV Credit Union Leagues' Annual Business Meeting
Sponsored by FHLB of San Francisco
Mont-Royal Ballroom

1:30–3:45 p.m.
Opening General Session
The Importance of Human Capital: A Candid Conversation with Cirque du Soleil
Belmont Ballroom

3:45–4:15 p.m.
Refreshment Break
Exhibit Hall: Belmont Ballroom

4:15–5:30 p.m.
General Session
Divergence. Mind of the Consumer with Mike Walsh, CEO of Tomorrow
Belmont Ballroom

5:30–7 p.m.
Welcome Reception
Exhibit Hall: Belmont Ballroom

THURSDAY

7:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
Registration
Belmont Registration Desk

8–9 a.m.
Breakfast
Exhibit Hall: Belmont Ballroom

9–10:30 a.m.
General Session
The Interconnectedness of Google and You with Loren Hudziak, Solutions Architect, Google
Belmont Ballroom

10:30–11 a.m.
Refreshment Break
Exhibit Hall: Belmont Ballroom

11 a.m.–12 p.m.
Concurrent Educational Sessions

12–1:30 p.m.
Lunch
Exhibit Hall: Belmont Ballroom

1:30–2:30 p.m.
Concurrent Educational Sessions

2:30–2:40 p.m.
Refreshment Break
Yaletown Foyer

2:40–3:40 p.m.
Concurrent Educational Sessions

3:40–4 p.m.
Refreshment Break
Exhibit Hall: Belmont Ballroom

4–5:15 p.m.
General Session
REACH Innovations Group with Tansley Stearns
Belmont Ballroom

6–7 p.m.
PAC Contributors Reception
Sponsored by TMG
The Chandelier Lounge—The Cosmopolitan
(by invitation)

9:30 p.m.–Midnight
Platinum Lounge
Marquee–Boombox

FRIDAY

7:30 a.m.–1 p.m.
Registration
Belmont Registration Desk

8–9 a.m.
Breakfast
Exhibit Hall: Belmont Ballroom

8–9 a.m.
CEO/Chair and Sponsor Breakfast
Mont-Royal

9–10 a.m.
Concurrent Educational Sessions

10–10:15 a.m.
Refreshment Break
Belmont Foyer

10:15 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
Closing General Session
• Evolving Ideas to Reality Ken Rutkowski, Co-founder and President of METal (Media, Entertainment, Technology Alpha Leaders), co-founder of "Business Rockstars"
• Leading Your Team: Remaining Relevant Carey Lohrenz, Aviator, Author, Fearless Leadership
Belmont Ballroom

POST-CONFERENCE EVENTS

12:30–2 p.m.
Global Women's Leadership Network Luncheon
Carey Lohrenz, Aviator, Author, Fearless Leadership
Sponsored by Wescom CU
Mont-Royal
(Optional event–seats are limited)

2–5:30 p.m.
Chapter Forum Registration
Mont-Royal Foyer

4:30–8:30 p.m.
Chapter Forum Reception and Activity
Mont-Royal 2

NOV. 5

8:30 a.m.–12 p.m.
Chapter Forum
Mont-Royal 1



OPTIONAL EVENTS

REACH Golf
Tuesday, Nov. 1—Spanish Trail Country Club
9:15 a.m. Buses depart the Cosmopolitan
10 a.m. Registration and Box Lunch
11 a.m. Shotgun Start

Tee up for some fun and networking at this year's friendly game of golf at REACH 2016, held at the semi-private Spanish Trail Country Club. This exclusive 27-hole Robert Trent Jones Jr. designed course that offers an experience unlike any other in Las Vegas, is home to 5 PGA Tour Las Vegas Invitationals. The Sunrise course features the most traditional and straightforward of the nines, while featuring one of the PGA Tour's most challenging Par 3 holes—the 5th was ranked as one of the most difficult holes during the PGA. The Sunrise course measures a total of 3,426 yards from the championship tees and requires a strong approach to avoid fairway bunkers, however it is the most forgiving in the width of all fairways and the few out of bound areas that can be found. Rental clubs featured are Calloway XR. Reservations required.
Registration: $175 per player
Golf Club Rental: $55 per player
Registration includes green fees, box lunch, bag drop services.

To register for REACH Golf, choose this optional event when registering for REACH 2016.


Exclusive Behind the Scenes Experience of KÁ
Wednesday, Nov. 2—MGM Grand KÁ Stage
8:30–10 a.m.

Take a peek behind the Cirque du Soleil curtain and learn about the niche challenges it faces and ways they approach these challenges. Take away Cirque skills from world-class artists and get a glimpse of what it is like to be in the show! Ticketed event. Seats are limited. Show tickets are not included.
Registration: $75 per person

To register for Behind the Scenes of KÁ, choose this optional event when registering for REACH 2016.


Western CUNA Management School Alumni Luncheon
Wednesday, Nov. 2
11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Don't miss this annual gathering of WCMS alumni.
Registration: $65 per person

To register for the WCMS Alumni Luncheon, choose this optional event when registering for REACH 2016.

Speakers




Loren Hudziak

Solutions Architect, Google

Drawing 20 years of IT industry experience, Hudziak will help you explore innovating business concepts and pair them with the right technology that addresses member needs. A perpetual student of technology he's committed to advancing his acumen in the space, most recently exploring mobile device computing as well as distilling information from extreme data using search, query, and cloud solutions.

Carey Lohrenz

Aviator, Author,
Fearless Leadership

A dynamic communicator with an incredible story. As the first female F-14 Tomcat pilot, Lohrenz was a pioneer in military aviation. She will share her unique skills on the fundamentals of winning under pressure, reducing errors, overcoming obstacles, and staying relevant in this high-risk, time-crunched world.

Mike Walsh

CEO of Tomorrow

Walsh, a leading authority on consumer innovation, is a sought after global strategist who helps Fortune 500 companies thrive in this area of disruptive technology and change. His insights are featured in BusinessWeek, Forbes, and the Wall Street Journal.

Ken Rutkowski

Co-founder and President of METal (Media, Entertainment, Technology Alpha Leaders), co-founder of "Business Rockstars"

Imagine if you could network with the top Fortune 500 CEOs and innovators like Oprah and Mark Cuban. A founder of a 1,600 elite member networking group, Rutkowski gives a glimpse into what's on the business horizon, what's hidden from the masses, and how your credit union can benefit.

James "Jay" Guilford

Creator & Content Strategist, SPARK Sessions Cirque du Soleil

Guilford is a leadership coach who has worked with Google, Adobe, Club Med, Oracle, and Hewlett Packard Enterprises. He will help you discover new ways to employ innovative yet practical approaches to accomplish goals with your most valuable resource—human capital. As creator of Cirque du Soleil's SPARK Sessions—a professional team building and training program—Guilford leads management and production teams to redesign their professional development modules to be more engaging and impactful to employees.

Alma Derricks

VP of Sales & Marketing, Cirque du Soleil

Derricks is an accomplished 'intrapreneur' with keen consumer instincts and a track record of leveraging brand equity to increase customer engagement, expand market share, and create new lines of business. She will share new ways to care for the human capital that is so vital to the success of your credit union. Drawing on a unique combination of media experience, she has developed and produced multiple-medium programming and content networks for a range of internationally acclaimed franchises including Star Trek, Entertainment Tonight, Dilbert, and Peanuts and held a series of consultative and senior management positions.

Emmanuel "Manu" Durand

Coach, Cirque du Soleil "O"

Durrand is coach for Cirque du Soleil’s production of "O" at Bellagio Resort, and has served as coach for "KA" during its creation. He was also an acrobatic talent scout for Cirque du Soleil's casting at their international headquarters in Montreal. Durrand is a two-time world trampoline champion and the holder of the only perfect 10 ever awarded during the Trampoline World Championships.

Brooke Wahlquist

Community Projects Manager, Cirque Du Soleil

Wahlquist is Cirque du Soleil's "Projects Guru." A vital part of her role is increasing employee engagement and maximize the talent of Cirque du Soleil's human resource beyond the stage and office. Additionally, she coordinates partnerships with entities such as the Nevada Ballet Theater, the Springs Preserve, and our various Las Vegas shows.

Tansley Stearns

Chief Impact Officer, Filene Research Institute

Stearns' passion for learning, creating, and executing is what moves the best of Filene's research and innovation into action. With more than 14 years of credit union leadership experience across a variety of functional areas, her session will give you insights to move ideas forward to drive business results. In her previous roles at credit unions she was responsible for developing and implementing strategy and leading and driving business with all frontline teams including the call center, branches, lending, training, compliance, marketing, and business development.

The Sessions

Nov. 2

Preconference: Strategic Conversations

(Optional Event)

Presented by Pam Brodsack, Chief Technology Officer, TMG

Don't miss this discussion of strategic implications of key developments shaping the financial services landscape. In this candid conversation, we will discuss hot topics shaping our industry, such as peer-to-peer and blockchain.

Nov. 3

REACHtalks

Highly-engaging 15-minute talks on the issues and solutions that impact your everyday business.

The Changing Credit Union Workplace

Presented by Momentum

Preparing for the CECL Model Implementation

Presented by CliftonLarsonAllen LLP

Support Members During their Car-Buying Journey: A Combination of Heart, Mind, and Money

Presented by Dealertrack, Inc.

Security, Innovation and Fraud

Presented by CO-OP Financial Services

Easy Authentication with Biometrics

Presented by Fiserv

Are You Using Your Brand to REACH Your Members? Being Consistent with Digital and Branch Marketing

Presented by Integrated Builders Group

Payments in a World of Internet of Things

Presented by CSCU

How to Attract Account Holders to Your Credit Union

Presented by Kasasa

The Auto Industry: Are Rough Roads Ahead?

Presented by CU Direct

REACH Deep with Google's Loren Hudziak

Presented by Loren Hudziak, Solutions Architect, Google


Cyber Immersion: A New Approach to Information Security for Credit Unions

Presented by Lt. Col. Billy E. Pope, Jr., Cyber Strategist, United States Air Force

We live in an interconnected world, cyber risk is a way of life, with 50 percent of U.S. adults being impacted by cybercrime. Discover how your credit union can manage risk, recover from attacks, and minimize reputational and financial losses.

David vs. the Goliaths

Presented by Michael George, Chief Marketing and Advocacy Officer, Kern Schools FCU; and Barry Callen, President, Maindrop, LLC

Discover how one nearly-dead, local credit union turned around to take on Chase, Wells Fargo, and Bank of America. While most credit unions will never be able to out-spend the big banks, proven strategies allow for small organizations to thrive in any competitive environment.

Emerging Technologies and Consumers

Presented by Michael Jabbara, Director, Issuer Digital Solutions, Visa

By 2020, McKinsey & Co. estimates that $1 trillion in retail spending in the U.S. will come from mobile and ecommerce transactions made through digital wallets. Discover news opportunities to maintain and grow your payment revenues through innovative digital experiences.

Empowering Our Communities

Panel Discussion with Luis Peralta, Chief Administrative Officer of Kinecta FCU and President of NIX; Sherry Cordonnier, Director of Corporate Relations, Travis CU; Kitty Hunter, Chief Lending Officer, SCE FCU. Moderator: Pablo DeFilippi, Vice President of Membership, National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions

Credit unions were founded on the principal of people helping people. Today, there are many communities that are unbanked or underbanked. This interactive session will explore the tools, tactics, and programs that can help your credit union empower the communities you serve.

Financial Capability: Impacting Our Members' Financial Health

Gigi Hyland, Executive Director of the National Credit Union Foundation

Report after report shows a significant number of consumers struggle with understanding and managing their financial well-being. Credit unions can empower their members by driving products, programs, and education to help improve and maintain positive financial management habits.

Is Your Credit Union Prepared for a Cyber Threat?

Panel Discussion with Linnie Gooch, VP of IT Operations, Wescom CU and Eric Bruen, CEO, Desert Valleys FCU. Moderated by Lt. Col. Billy E. Pope, Jr., Cyber Strategist, United States Air Force

Ransomware attacks quadrupled in 2016 and the FBI is warning they expect continued increase in this type of cyber-attack. Have you ever wondered how a simple picture on Facebook could cost your credit union $50,000? Linnie Gooch and Eric Bruen will share their real-life experiences with cybercrime, including how a hacker tried to mimic being Desert Valleys FCU, initiating a wire transfer. From spoofed websites, emails, and social engineering; the sophisticated techniques being utilized require a heightened sense of security and awareness. This session will get into what you can do to prepare for a cyber threat.

MBL Participations: A New Era of Buying and Selling

Panel Discussion with Jackie So, Vice President, Finance, Foothill CU; John Pamer, Chief Executive Officer, Diablo Valley CU; Mike Poirier, Vice President, Member Business Loans, Patelco CU. Moderator: Jim Dages, Vice President, Commercial Lending and Business Banking, Financial Partners CU

This interactive session will focus on why and how credit unions actively buy and sell member business loan participations; how NCUA's MBL Final Rule (which goes into effect on January 1, 2017) will change how you do business; and strategies and tactics used to create and maintain a successful MBL portfolio.

NCUA Update—What Your Credit Union Needs to Know

Honorable Rick Metsger, Chairman, NCUA; Mike Radway, Chief of Staff to NCUA Chairman Metsger; and Cherie Freed, Region V Director, NCUA

Get the latest NCUA updates and join the discussion on Interest Rate Risk supervision, CAMEL ratings, and the Exam Flexibility Initiative. We will also discuss anticipated field of membership rules, new member business lending guidance, and other hot topics impacting your credit union.

The 7 Deadly Sins of Credit Union Investing

Presented by Mark Wickard, Managing Director, Cantor Fitzgerald & Co.

Looking for income? Increase your investment portfolio return by 50 basis points by uncovering and avoiding "The 7 Deadly Sins of CU Investing". Discover how executing a Q4 2016 strategy will result in a 2017 earnings boost, and two regulatory-proof strategies.

What Matters Now: Insights From Millennials

Tina Gefke Buttchen, TruStage Program Sales Specialist

Making up 25 percent of the U.S. population, Millennials have the potential to revamp your credit union. Gain in-depth insights about the motivations worries, and hopes of Millennials, and how your credit union can engage and evolve with Millennial members in new and different ways. Plus, Buttchen will share how middle-income Americans define success.

Branch Transformation: Maximizing This Key Delivery Channel

Panel Discussion with Nader Moghaddam, President and CEO, Financial Partners CU; Erin Mendez, President and CEO, Patelco CU; Rob Mills, VP of Technology, Rivermark Community CU. Moderator: Malon Updike, Director Global Interactive Services COE, NCR

Branches remain a key delivery channel for our members, driving product and service sales. This session will explore the strategies and solutions that are transforming branches around the country with improved member experience, productivity, and efficiency all leading to better member satisfaction.

Nov. 4

REACHtalks

Highly-engaging 15-minute talks on the issues and solutions that impact your everyday business.

The Future of the Vehicle Industry

Motor Vehicle Software Corporation

Making Every App Look Like "Your App"

FTSI, Inc.

New NCUA Supervisory Test

Balance Sheet Solutions

Credit Union Trends

Michael Steinberger, Dean of Academics for Western CUNA Management School, and Chairman of the Economics Department at Pomona College

With a background in demographics, statistics, political science and economics, Steinberger’s research provides him with a unique look at the credit union trends. Join us as he delivers fresh insights on demographic trends affecting consumer banking and competition with specific communities credit unions serve.

Today's and Tomorrow's Leaders: Who they are and How to Keep Them

Presenters: Flynt Gallagher, President, Compensation Advisors & Rick Boothby, Senior Managing Director, Meyer-Chatfield Group Credit Union Division

This session will look at the strategies credit unions are using to recruit, retain, motivate and retire top talent. Regulations are changing dramatically surrounding executive benefits and compensation tactics. Is your credit union prepared?

Payment Security Landscape & Roadmap

Glen Jones, Head of Payment Systems Cyber Intelligence, Visa

Jones will review the current trending fraud schemes impacting the payments industry, including growth and trends in the card-not-present channel. He will also discuss where the industry stands today and the opportunities to pursue over the next three to five years. Discover how issuers are optimizing their authorization strategies in a post-EMV environment and addressing the trends in fraud through the application of new tools, including opportunities to engage and empower members.

Proven Strategies to Create Fiercely Loyal Members

Hilary Reed, Founder & Chief Strategy Officer, Empower

Recent Gallup polls suggest that “consumers will give more money to those businesses they feel emotionally connected to, and will continue to ignore or even oppose those that provide them no value.” Learn the strategies behind customizing, personalizing and humanizing your products and communications to optimize member loyalty.

League Awards

DEADLINE: CLOSED

The League Awards are open to California and Nevada credit union leaders, professionals, and volunteers. Recipients will be honored at the REACH 2016.

  • Leo H. Shapiro Lifetime Achievement Award: This is the League's highest honor, recognizing excellence in credit union philosophy and a lifetime of contributions to the California and Nevada credit union movements.
  • Distinguished Service Award: Honors credit union professionals for service to the industry.
  • J. Alvin George Outstanding Volunteer Award: Honors significant contributions by people who serve credit unions in volunteer capacities.
  • Tomorrow's Star Award: Recognizes the achievements within the industry of credit union professionals age 35 and under.
  • Kim Bannan Eternal Flame Award: Recognizes efforts that contribute to the success and future of Shapiro Group credit unions. Individuals and credit unions/companies are honored.

For more information, contact Media Relations Specialist Tina Ramos-Ingold at tinar@ccul.org.

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The Hotel

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is a unique luxury resort & casino unlike anything else in Las Vegas. This original destination features residential-styled living spaces with private terraces, a one-of-a-kind restaurant collection and vibrant nightlife. Combine it all with hand-selected boutiques, an unrivaled Pool District, a 100,000 square-foot casino and the serenity of Sahra Spa & Hammam to redefine your Las Vegas experience.
NEED A ROOM? ARIA Resort is offering REACH attendees the special group rate of $315, call 702-590-7757 to secure a room.


Conference Hotel

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV 89109

PREMIER ROOMS

NEED A ROOM? ARIA Resort is offering REACH attendees the special nightly group rate of $315 (Wed/Thurs) and $199 (Fri).

Call 702.590.7757 or click here for room reservations.

ARIA Resort parking $7–$18

Please note that The Cosmopolitan (conference hotel) has sold out and may no longer have rooms available. Only registered REACH 2016 attendees are allowed to book a room in our room block.

Call 855.435.0005 for room reservations.

Parking: The Cosmopolitan offers complimentary valet and self-parking to all REACH attendees.

SPA

Sahra Spa & Hammam

Massages * Baths * Sahra Suites * Skincare

Retreat to a Las Vegas Spa oasis of luxury and rejuvenation.

Enjoy luxury services at one of Las Vegas' most desirable spas! Receive 10% off services when you pre-register for spa services on your REACH 2016 registration.

Enjoy two state-of-the-art Fitness Centers & Tennis Courts


TRANSPORTATION

Nearest Airport: McCarren International Airport (LAS)

Airline Savings: United Airlines Code (ZWSU767507) Reservations: 800-426-1122

Delta Airlines Code (NMNLF) Reservations: 800-328-1111

WARNING: We have been informed that a company offering hotel reservation services for the REACH 2016 convention has contacted several of our potential attendees and asked for credit card information to book rooms. WE HAVE NOT AUTHORIZED ANY COMPANY TO CONTACT YOU. DO NOT REPLY TO OR SPEAK WITH ANY ORGANIZATION CLAIMING TO BOOK HOTEL ROOMS FOR REACH 2016, AND DO NOT SHARE YOUR CREDIT CARD INFORMATION. If you need to book hotel rooms, please book them only through our REACH 2016 website or by contacting the hotel directly.


* Cirque du Soleil reserves all rights. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Offer subject to availability on selected seating only. No holds will be accepted. Performances available are specified on the website. Zumanity was created for guests 18 years and older. CA/NV Credit Union Leagues are not responsible for any purchases made directly with Cirque du Soleil, nor do they benefit. Ticket purchase are at your own risk and sole responsibility.

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Sponsor and Exhibitor Opportunities

REACH 2016 sponsorships is now closed. Please join us next year!

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Chapter Forum

Friday, Nov. 4

3–3:30 p.m.—Welcome to Chapter Forum

3:30–4:30 p.m.—"Crl+Alt+Believe: Reboot Your Chapter for Success", Presented by Holly Duckworth, CEO, Leadership Solutions International

4:30–5:30 p.m.—Awards Reception

5:30–6:30 p.m.—Depart for Group Activity

8:30 p.m.—Group Activity Concludes

Saturday, Nov. 5

8:30–9 a.m.—Networking and Breakfast

9–9:45 a.m.—Best Practices Presentations

9:45–10 a.m.—Break

10–11:30 a.m.—"Lessons From the Circus", presented by Mark Klinkert and Larry Palochik, California & Nevada Credit Union Leagues

11:30–Noon—Door Prizes and Closing Remarks

Join us for learning, leadership, networking, and a bit of Las Vegas fun at this special event 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

Accommodations

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
4th Floor, Nolita Ballroom 1
3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV 89109

NEED A ROOM? Rooms at the $219 conference rate are now unavailable through the Cosmopolitan hotel website or phone center.

ARIA Resort is offering REACH and Chapter Forum attendees the special nightly group rate of $315 (Wed/Thurs) and $199 (Fri). A daily resort fee of $35.84 (tax inclusive) is added to all room reservations upon check-in. Call 702.590.7757 or click here for room reservations.

ARIA Resort Parking: $7–$18

Special Invitation

Special Invitation to REACH 2016
A special registration code will be sent to each chapter chairperson, valid for four (4) complimentary registrations for Chapter Forum and REACH 2016.

Each of the four registrants:

  • Must be a chapter board of governor for the 2016-2017 chapter year
  • Must attend Chapter Forum to be entitled to complimentary REACH 2016 registration

To register, enter the code in the payment section of each person's Chapter Forum/REACH 2016 registration.

Note: 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 REACH 2016 registration fee will be applied.

R.S.V.P.

Tell Us Who Will Attend from Your Chapter
By Friday, Oct. 14, 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 REACH 2016. You must register your attendees for 2016 Chapter Forum at the REACH 2016 registration page.

Will more than four registrants attend from your chapter?
Additional registrants may attend Chapter Forum for $265 per person. Attendance at the REACH Conference is separate, and additional registration fees apply.

The Details

Dress Code
The dress code is business casual. We recommend you dress in layers to accommodate the variance in temperatures in meeting rooms and additional venues that we will visit. Please be sure to wear comfortable shoes.

Photo/Video Release
Throughout the Annual Meeting and Convention ("REACH"), CCUL/CLSC will be snapping photographs and capturing video to document the various events (e.g., general sessions, educational sessions, social functions, and related events). As a registrant or attendee of the REACH, you give your permission for CCUL/CLSC to photograph or videotape you at any such events and to use your name and/or image in any print, digital or archival materials, including its website, social media, or other publications, without limitation and without the expectation of compensation.

Questions?
Call Education & Training at (800) 472-1702, ext. 6029 or 6027, or email registrations@ccul.org.

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REACH is the premier annual event of the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues.

Questions?
Please contact us with any question you may have regarding the convention.


General Questions: Deanne Figueras deannef@ccul.org
Sponsors/Exhibits: Angela Dailey angelad@ccul.org
Annual Meeting: Davina Law davinal@ccul.org
     
RMJ Gala: Tena Lozano tlozano@rmjfoundation.org
Golf: Larry Palochik larryp@ccul.org
Chapter Forum: Jan Johnson janj@ccul.org
     
Communications: Natalie Moreno nataliem@ccul.org
Awards: Tina Ramos-Ingold tinar@ccul.org
     
Hotel, Registration,
CMN Activities:
Carmelita Keller carmelitak@ccul.org

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