Members from 10 credit unions in the New York City area gathered on December 5th to discuss issues specific to the training and technical assistance needs of small credit unions. Also on the agenda were CU Impact, the Federation’s collaborative technology solution for credit unions serving low-income communities, and Better Directions, the Federation’s program to connect seniors with credit unions. Reverend Charles Butler, a board member of St. Mark’s FCU, presented on the many ways faith credit unions in Harlem can connect with Harlem Congregations for Community Improvement (HCCI). Presentations on non-member and nominee deposits from the Federation’s Community Development Investment program and our free and fee-based Technical Assistance free and fee-based Reconciliation, Compliance and Supervisory Audits.
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Participating were Mary Barthell, Theresa Terry and Linda Moss of Fidelis FCU, Valerie Thomas of Beulah FCU, Tom Wernham of St. Phillip’s Church FCU, Clara Lagos of University Settlement FCU, Gerry Goldenbroit of Queens Cluster, Valerie Sadofsky of Electchester FCU, Alpha Diallo of Pan African Organizing Group, Felix Okolo of St. Phillip’s Church FCU, CU advocate Brian Gately, Reverend Charles Butler of Harlem Congregations for Community Improvement and a St. Mark’s FCU board member, Pamela Owens, Nachi Abood and Cathi Kim of the Federation.