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Father, Daughter Find Value in League's Two-Day Orientation Program
Tuesday, August 27, 2013 6:35 AM

When Brandi Everitt, loan officer and member representative with Local 20 IBEW FCU, registered for the Cornerstone Credit Union League’s Spring Orientation, she wasn’t sure what to expect. During the two-day program, Everitt said she learned that she wasn’t just an employee of the Local 20 IBEW FCU; she was part of a movement.

“I learned so much at the orientation; in particularly about advocacy and how I can help the credit union movement on that front,” she said.

Everitt said she was extremely impressed by the wealthy of resources credit unions have available to them through the League.

Ken Everitt, CEO of the Local 20 IBEW FCU and first-year Southwest CUNA Management School (SCMS) student, is confident that the Orientation enlightened Brandi to the movement. 

“Brandi had been working here just as a part time worker for the past five years while she was attending college.  Now that she is out of college and working here full time, the Orientation did shed a whole new light on the credit union,” he said.

Is a long-term credit union career in store for Brandi? Perhaps. Following the Orientation, Everitt said she expressed interest in attending SCMS after he completes the program.

The Cornerstone Credit Union League is offering a Fall Orientation Oct. 2-3 at the League’s headquarters in Farmers Branch. If you are interested in learning more about the products, services and resources available through the League, the Cornerstone Credit Union Foundation, and Credit Union Resources, Inc., this is a program to consider.

A full agenda for the Fall Orientation is now available online. Please note that while the program is offered at no charge, registration is required.

If you have any questions, please contact Bonnie Cox, at (800) 442-5762, ext. 6421 or