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The credit union industry is chock full of associations. Here is a listing of just some of the many associations in the credit union industry. Please note this is not a complete listing. Turn to page 22-28 for a listing of association meetings and events for 2006. Again this list is not complete. The Big Three Trade Associations Credit Union National Association Washington, D.C. (202) 638-5777 www.cuna.org Dan Mica, president/CEO 7,843 members CUNA is the premier national trade association serving America’s credit unions. In partnership with state credit union leagues, CUNA provides many services to credit unions, including advocacy, information, public relations, continuing professional education, and business development. National Association of Federal Credit Unions Arlington, Va. (703) 522-4775 www.nafcu.org Fred Becker, president/CEO 802 members NAFCU’s mission is to enhance the federal charter and to preserve and protect the unique financial services credit unions provide. National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors Arlington, Va 22209 (703) 528-8351 www.nascus.org Mary Martha Fortney, president/CEO Members include 48 state regulators plus the NASCUS Advisory Council that includes 500 SCCU CEOs, CU leagues, FCUs, CU law firms, CU trade associations snd CU share deposit insurers. NASCUS’ mission is to enhance state credit union supervision while advocating for a safe and sound credit union system. Credit Union Industry has an Association for all Occasions The credit union industry is chock full of associations. Here is a listing of just some of the many associations in the credit union industry. Please note this is not a complete listing. Turn to page 22-28 for a listing of association meetings and events for 2006. Again this list is not complete. The Big Three Trade Associations Credit Union National Association Washington, D.C. (202) 638-5777 www.cuna.org Dan Mica, president/CEO 7,843 members CUNA is the premier national trade association serving America’s credit unions. In partnership with state credit union leagues, CUNA provides many services to credit unions, including advocacy, information, public relations, continuing professional education, and business development. National Association of Federal Credit Unions Arlington, Va. (703) 522-4775 www.nafcu.org Fred Becker, president/CEO 802 members NAFCU’s mission is to enhance the federal charter and to preserve and protect the unique financial services credit unions provide. National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors Arlington, Va 22209 (703) 528-8351 www.nascus.org Mary Martha Fortney, president/CEO Members include 48 state regulators plus the NASCUS Advisory Council that includes 500 SCCU CEOs, CU leagues, FCUs, CU law firms, CU trade associations snd CU share deposit insurers. NASCUS’ mission is to enhance state credit union supervision while advocating for a safe and sound credit union system. African American Credit Union Coalition St. Louis, Mo. (866) 782-2282 www.aacuc.org Bob Harvey, president 300 members AACUC’s primary purpose is to increase the global credit union movement’s strength by adding the focused perspective and energy of credit union volunteers and professionals of African-American and African descent. The American Association of Credit Union Leagues Washington, D.C. (202) 638-5777 www.aacul.org Susan Newton, executive director Membership consists of all state leagues. AACUL’s mission is to create an environment that perpetuates the success of leagues and enhances their position as vital to the future of the credit union system. The association’s primary focus is to support and strengthen leagues’ ability to provide mission critical functions for member credit unions. The American Credit Union Mortgage Association Las Vegas (877) 442-2862 www.acuma.org Bob Dorsa, president 235 members Primary purpose is to promote credit union real estate lending around the U.S. Association of Credit Union Internal Auditors Columbus, Ohio (866) 254-8128 www.acuia.org Barbara Netter, chair 751 total members consisting of internal auditors and associates ACUIA is a professional organization dedicated to the practice of internal auditing in credit unions. The Association of Corporate Credit Unions Washington, D.C. (202) 508-6731 www.theaccu.org Mike Canning, executive director 30 corporate CU members ACCU’s purpose is to represent corporates to governmental decision makers, natural person credit unions and the media. Credit Union Executives Society Madison, Wis. (608) 271-2664 www.cues.org Fred Johnson, president/CEO Over 4,000 members CUES mission is to advance the professional development of credit union CEOs, senior management and directors. Credit Union Information Security Professionals Association Austin, Texas (512) 465-9711 www.cuispa.org Kelly Dowell, executive director About 200 IT professionals are members. CUISPA’s mission is to facilitate cooperation and knowledge exchange among IT professionals, vendors, industry leaders, and regulatory agencies in an effort to establish valuable resources. Defense Credit Union Council Washington, D.C. (202) 638-3950 www.dcuc.org Roland Arteaga, president/CEO Approximately 270 CU members The Defense Credit Union Council is a direct membership association representing the strategic and operational interests of defense credit unions at the Department of Defense. Working with the respective Military Departments and Offices of the Under Secretary of Defense, DCUC ensures member credit unions have every opportunity to enhance the financial support provided military and civilian personnel of the Armed Forces. Information Technologies Credit Union Association Del Mar, Calif. (858) 792-3883 www.itcua.org Leo Adrine, chairman ITCUA’s mission is to provide information, education, networking, products, services and constituent representation to credit unions serving the information technology industry. Marketing Association of Credit Unions Indianapolis (317) 205-9483 www.macnetwork.org Kent Lindeman, executive director Membership includes 375 marketing professionals MAC’s emphasis is placed on providing members with educational opportunities to enhance their technical and management skills, and prepare them for the challenges of an ever-changing world. Metropolitan Area Credit Union Management Association Washington, D.C. (202) 581-6900 www.macuma.org Connie Hackney, executive director 88 credit union members The principle purpose of MACUMA is to promote professional development through education and interaction. National Association of Community Credit Unions Washington, D.C. (800) 356-9655 x6770 www.naccu.com Marc Selvitelli, executive director 128 CU members NACCU is a professional association of community credit union CEOs and directors. We are dedicated to helping community credit unions fulfill their mission of service National Association of Credit Union Service Organizations Newport Beach (888) 462-2870 www.nacuso.org Vic Pantea, interim president/CEO 402 members NACUSO is a professional trade association for credit unions and CUSOs seeking to provide a full array of services, such as mortgages, business lending and depository services, trust services, investments and insurance to their members and non-members alike. Building collaborative, CU-owned CUSOs that further enhance the ability of credit unions to serve their members is the NACUSO mission. National Association of Credit Union Supervisory & Auditing Committees Del Mar, Calif. www.nacusac.org (800) 287-5949 Linda Treml, chair 157 CUs and associate members (750 individuals) NACUSAC helps credit union supervisory and auditing committee members through education and networking to gain maximum effectiveness in carrying out their duties and responsibilities. National Federation Of Community Development Credit Unions New York (212) 809-1850 www.natfed.org Clifford Rosenthal, executive director About 200 CU members Primary purpose is to help credit unions improve their service to lower income individuals and communities. World Council of Credit Unions Madison, Wis. (608) 231-7130 www.woccu.org Pete Crear, president/CEO 40,421 member credit unions As a worldwide representative organization, World Council of Credit Unions, Inc. is the world’s leading advocate, platform for knowledge exchange and development agency for credit unions.

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