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SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Jordan Goodman, “America’s Money Answers Man,” is best known to radio listeners as a regular contributor to Public Radio International’s “The Marketplace Morning Report.” But credit union attendees of the Texas Credit Union League’s Leadership Conference & Expedition, sponsored by PULSE EFT will get the chance to be guided by Goodman on a three-day adventure to improve their personal finances and learn how to make the most of investment opportunities, benefit plans, insurance, home buying, and the mortgage application process. Conference planners anticipate attendance of around 800 credit union professionals. Janine McBee, TCUL’s senior training director of training resources described the Leadership Conference & Expedition Expo as “the premier program in Texas for bringing under one roof credit union professionals and volunteers.” Among some of the other expected speakers at the conference is Mike Blalack, Esq. and Charles Williams, Esq., partners in the law firm of Blalack & Williams, P.C. who will address the conference’s general session Friday on the topic of “Kayaking the White Waters of Compliance.” The Conference includes 18 educational sessions. McBee said the speakers represent a broad spectrum of experience, from international financial consultants to down-home credit union practitioners. Topics generating the most interest, according to McBee, are business continuance and recovery, identity theft and economic terrorism, the financial education of youth, and the roles and responsibilities of credit union boards of directors. New to the conference this year will be a Credit Union Council Luncheon, during which members of TCUL’s eight councils – lending, volunteers, financial literacy, compliance, marketing, technology, human resources, and operations – will have the opportunity to network with one another. In addition, the Texas Credit Union Foundation will hold its 6th Annual Golf Tournament Wednesday, Sept. 3, to raise money for educational grants and scholarships for Texas credit unions’ staff, volunteers, and the communities they serve. The 2003 Volunteer of the Year and the 2003 Professional of the Year will also be recognized at the conference.

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