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ORLANDO, Fla.-NCUA Board Member Debbie Matz is scheduled as the keynote speaker at Central Florida Healthcare Federal Credit Union’s 50th Annual Meeting. In 2003, Central Florida Healthcare was the first credit union to receive a healthcare TIP-or trade, industry, and profession-charter. “This is a unique opportunity to recognize the success of a 50-year-old credit union which is using a new tool from NCUA to diversify its membership,” Matz commented. “The TIP charter enables this credit union to extend services into five counties, yet stay true to its mission of serving healthcare employees which it has been fulfilling from day one.” Matz will address the group following her Partnering and Leadership Successes workshop the same day in Orlando.

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