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Financial Inclusion for Immigrant Consumers: Dallas Roundtable
Wednesday, February 25, 2015 6:45 AM

The National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions and the Network of Latino Credit Unions and Professionals invite you to attend the Financial Inclusion for Immigrant Consumers Roundtable in Dallas, Texas, part of a national campaign to link unbanked and underbanked immigrants in the US with credit union products and services for immigration and legalization efforts.

March 18, 2015  |  Reception
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Consulado General de Mexico en Dallas
1210 River Bend Drive
Dallas, Texas

March 19, 2015  |  Roundtable
8:00 a.m. – 5:15 p.m.
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
2200 N Pearl Street
Dallas, Texas

Of the 10 million unbanked households in the US, nearly 20 percent are foreign-born, non-citizen households. Credit unions face a historic opportunity to bring these immigrant workers and their families into the financial mainstream.

The agenda includes speakers from credit unions successfully serving immigrants to representatives of city immigration services and financial products and services designed specifically for immigrants and the undocumented. 


  • María Antonieta Arraya, Operations Coordinator, OAS STAFF FCU
  • Oscar Bazoberry, CEO, Worlddata
  • Carlos Calderon, President and CEO, OAS STAFF FCU
  • Luis Cervera, President, eMoneyPool
  • Pablo DeFilippi, Vice President, Federation
  • Francisco de la Torre, Executive Director for the Institute of Mexicans Abroad, Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Jamie Goodson, Director, Office of Consumer Protection, NCUA
  • Jorge Jimenez, Director Product Development, FedGlobal ACH, FRB Atlanta
  • Annette LoVoi, Director, Appleseed
  • Maria Martinez, President, NLCUP and Border Federal FCU
  • Winona Nava, CEO, Guadalupe Community Credit Union
  • Alfreda B. Norman, SVP and Community Development Officer, FRB Dallas
  • Pia Orrenius, Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
  • Luis Pastor, CEO, Latino Community Credit Union
  • Ed Skelton, Economist, Financial Industry Studies, FRB Dallas
  • Robert Williams, Director Product Development, FRB Atlanta

The cost to attend the roundtable, including the reception on March 18, is $95 per person. Seats are limited. Register today!

Please contact Jason Chang at with questions regarding this roundtable.